Missouri and Hillsdale College in legal fight over bequest


COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A small Michigan college with well-known conservative supporters is suing the University of Missouri over a multi-million bequest designed to promote an economic theory that espouses free markets and argues the government's only role should be to defend people and property.

Hillsdale College is a conservative liberal arts college in southern Michigan, with about 1,500 students. The college calls itself a "nonsectarian Christian Institution" and takes no state of federal funding, which allows it to avoid government mandates such as affirmative action or Title IX requir...

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