by Thaddeus Baklinski, LifeSiteNews.com
The New Brunswick Law Society voted recently to ban graduates of the new Trinity Western University law school from practicing in the province.
At a special meeting, the society’s members passed a resolution by a vote of 137 to 30.
The vote is not binding on the law society, however. The next governing council meeting on September 26th will consider the results.
“If this discrimination is allowed to stand, those students will not be allowed to earn a living in the province, simply because they took a personal conduct pledge to live by Christian standards,” freedom fighter Ezra Levant wrote in an email to supporters of his fight against anti-Christian discrimination.
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