Document Type

Letter to the Editor

Publication Title

The Maine Campus

Publication Date

3-8-1974

First Page

6

Issue Number

25

Volume Number

77

Abstract/ Summary

It may interest your readers to know that the Federal Courts have already decided that campus gay organizations have the right to exist and to use the university facilities made available to any other group on campus. The relevant decisions involved the University of New Hampshire, University of Georgia and Oklahoma University. This is not the first time that the Courts in interpreting and enforcing the Bill of Rights have blazed a trail for those not so well-versed in Constitutional law nor well-traveled in the realm of liberty.

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Social Justice_Maine_Campus_vol_77_no_25_p_6_1974-03-08

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