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12/06/2005

Report: Supremes probably not gonna allow recruiter banning

by Jeremy Hooper

Indicating that a blow will likely be dealt to schools opposed to "don't ask, don't tell," the AP is reporting that the Supreme Court seems poised to uphold current law requiring colleges to allow military recruiters on their campus if they choose to accept federal money.

Though if they bankroll their educational institutions only with laundered drug money and prostitution profit, they should still be free to bar. So stop your frettin', Crack Whore Polytechnical Institute.

Supreme Court Appears Sympathetic To Campus Recruit [AP via WSOCTV.com]

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