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In a full-scale assault on religious freedom, thirty-three LGBT-identified plaintiffs brought a class action lawsuit to end Title IX religious exemptions for religious colleges. Most the students attend or graduated from Christian colleges and universities, including Baylor University, Cedarville University, Colorado Christian College, Fuller Theological Seminary, Indiana Wesleyan University, Moody Bible Institute and Westmont College.  

The suit also lists Mormon graduates from Brigham Young University, founded and supported by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and a sister school, Brigham Young University-Idaho.  Read more from The Daily Citizen

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