Georgia Lawsuit with Charitable Choice Implications
Steven D. Jamar
sjamar at LAW.HOWARD.EDU
Wed Oct 16 14:04:13 PDT 2002
"Monsma, Steve" wrote:
> But why? A religious social service agency that receives some government
> reimbursement for the services it provides does not become an arm or an
> extension of the government any more than a university that receives
> government funds or an artist that receives a grant from the NEA becomes an
> extension of the government, and thereby loses academic or artistic freedom.
Universities do lose academic freedom in some large and small ways. For
example, they are no longer free do discriminate in violation of the terms of
the grant. And they must let the armed services interview on campus. And they
can't hire only co-religionists. And so on.
Prof. Steven D. Jamar vox: 202-806-8017
Howard University School of Law fax: 202-806-8428
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"Religious contention is the devil's harvest."
Charles Fontaine, French poet, 1515-1590
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