Christian student group cites freedom of religion in disallowing gay members. The college cites its nondiscrimination policy. The Supreme Court has agreed to decide which will prevail.
Lawyers for the Summum religion had argued that its monument should be allowed in a public park where the Ten Commandments were already displayed.
Justices must decide if the Summum group can put up a religious display in a city park.
Some plan to endorse a candidate Sunday, challenging federal rules that limit partisan activity by tax-exempt groups.
Misconceptions and ignorance are weakening the Constitution's 'first freedom.'