Frats’ Civil Rights Claims Can Proceed

A federal court ruled that two fraternities and two students can pursue their discrimination claims against Harvard University relating to its policy that prohibits students who become members of “unrecognized single-gender social organizations” from holding leadership positions in recognized student organizations or athletic teams.

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Netflix & Chill

A federal judge refused to dismiss claims that a South Dakota high school punished a student after falsely claiming that her statement in an edition of the student newspaper that her hobby was to “Netflix and chill” with her boyfriend referred to having sex, and that the school did not punish male students who had said the same thing.

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House Digs Into Equal Rights Law 96 Years in the Making

Nearly a century after suffragist Alice Paul first proposed amending the U.S. Constitution to outlaw sex discrimination, the actress Patricia Arquette joined lawmakers Tuesday to finally follow through on the Equal Rights Amendment.

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