Court: Colleges May Ban Military Recruiters

A federal appeals court rules that colleges and universities have the right to ban military recruiters from campus without fear of losing federal funding. The schools argued that the armed services openly discriminate against homosexuals and that university rules prohibit such discrimination. Hear NPR's Jackie Northam.

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