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Purdue University Senate passes resolutions on inclusion and faculty health care changes

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Purdue University Senate passes resolutions on inclusion and faculty health care changes

Purdue University Senate passes resolutions on inclusion and faculty health care changes

Purdue University Senate passes resolutions on inclusion and faculty health care changes

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Purdue University Senate passes resolutions on inclusion and faculty health care changes

The senate also passed a resolution urging that commercial entities on campus have the same inclusion standards as the school itself.

Those standards include rules against discrimination based on race, sex, religion, and sexual orientation.

The resolution passed with 82- percent of the vote.

It was proposed because several people on the senate don't believe that chick-fil-a meets those requirements, specificallyfor sexual orientation.

A senate resolution is only a declaration of their position.

It won't change anything about the contract bringing chick-fil-a to the school.




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