A California court determined it legal for a Christian high school to expel two girls because of an alleged lesbian relationship.
The 4th District Court of Appeal ruled that the private, religious organization had the right to exclude students based on their sexual orientation.
The girls sued California Lutheran for discrimination after they were expelled in 2005. The initial ruling was that the school was not held by the same anti-discrimination laws as typical business establishments.
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