SLU arena suit centers on issues of church and state
By Matt Sepic, KWMU
St. Louis – In the St. Louis area, asking if Saint Louis University is Catholic is almost like asking the same question about the Pope.
But in a lawsuit over public financing for its new basketball arena, SLU attorneys are arguing that the university is not controlled by a religious creed.
The Missouri Supreme Court will take up the case Wednesday (2/21). KWMU's Matt Sepic reports.
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