Rejecting the views of some of the nation’s top law schools and professors, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld the so-called Solomon Amendment, which requires universities receiving federal funds to give equal access to military recruiters on campus.

The unanimous decision was a sharp rebuke of the legal academe, many of whose members objected on First Amendment grounds to hosting military recruiters, because of the armed forces’ policies against allowing open homosexuals in their ranks.

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