High School Sued for Not Allowing Pro-Life Club

A high school in Pennsylvania is being sued by the Thomas More Society, a religious non-profit group, after it refused to allow students to organize a pro-life club saying it was too controversial.
The lawsuit filed against the district, Parkland High School and three school administrators accuses those named of violating the First Amendment and the federal Equal Access Act when in March they refused to approve the club’s charter unless changes were made.
According to the school, the club’s constitution would only be approved if their mission statement said they, “didn’t fundraise for religious entities, abandoned off-site pursuits, restricted their endeavors and communications to club members instead of school peers, and sought approval from the school for activities like “volunteering at pregnancy resource centers.”
So they can be a pro-life club if they don’t do anything to promote the pro-life cause.
It’s been 16 years since I was in high school but if I recall, student organized clubs

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