Can it be? For quite some time now, the Solomon Amendment has been the bane of law schools who try to enforce a non-discriminatory policy for anyone who wishes to recruit on their campuses. As I reported earlier, the federal government passed a law exempting itself (in the form of military recruiters) from such issues by refusing to give money to the University at large if the law school refused to allow them on campus without agreeing to the non-discrimination clause.
Today, the a panel of the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the law. The full text of the opinion is here in pdf format: Download solomon_injunction.pdf.
[Note: LawDork had the story posted earlier]