Supreme Court temporarily declines to block order requiring Yeshiva University to recognize LGBTQ student club

The Supreme Court in a 5-4  vote declined on Wednesday a request form Yeshiva University to block a lower court order that requires the New York university to recognize a “Pride Alliance” LGBTQ club.

In an unsigned order, the Supreme Court noted that the New York state courts had yet to issue a final order in the case, and that Yeshiva could return to the Supreme Court after the New York courts have acted.

“The application is denied because it appears that applicants have at least two further venues for expedited or interim state court relief,” the court said.

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