Court Says University of Iowa Officers Personally Liable for Religious Discrimination

A federal court ruled that the University of Iowa and its officers violated the law when they kicked InterVarsity off campus for asking its leaders to be Christian.

Court Rules the University of Iowa Engaged in Viewpoint Discrimination

U.S. District Court Judge Stephanie Rose found that the University of Iowa engaged in viewpoint discrimination and violated Business Leaders in Christ’s First Amendment rights.

The University of Iowa Publishes Religious Watch List

The University of Iowa admitted in court it has a watch list of 32 groups – all religious – that it has placed on a “probationary status.”

University of Iowa Ordered to Allow Christian Student Group Back on Campus

Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC), who sued the University of Iowa after they were kicked off campus last fall for requiring their leaders to agree with their statement of faith, claimed a victory in federal district court.