Private religious schools may have won a big victory when the California Supreme Court declined to decide whether a "Christian Conduct" rule prohibiting homosexuality violated the state's premier civil rights law. The high court let stand a lower court's ruling that the California Lutheran High School is not a business enterprise and, therefore, not subject to the Unruh Civil Rights Act. The school and its principal were sued by the parents of two girls expelled on suspicion of engaging in homosexual activity.
Calif. Supreme Court Lets Stand School's 'Christian Conduct' Ban on Homosexuality
May 1, 2009