A new law allows faith-based student groups to require all members to strictly adhere to religious tenets, even if doing so violates the school's nondiscrimination policies.
A legislative committee voted today to send the bill to a summer study session, killing it for this year.
Following clashes between student supporters of a school's Gay Straight Alliance and antigay adult protesters, school board leaders may require parents to approve their children's membership.
The measure would allow student groups to receive public funds while engaging in discrimination, so long as it's rooted in "sincerely held religious beliefs."
Franklin County High School's Gay-Straight Alliance has attracted the attention of a hate-group leader who condemns it as "sexual weirdness."
Why do people think transgender folks will be 'bathroom predators,' when simply using the bathroom is 'our worst nightmare,' asks Indiana trans teen Alexander Dean.
A Louisiana gay couple were told by school administrators that they couldn't attend the school prom together — that was, until a local TV station contacted the district superintendent.