The New York Post had a brief piece a couple of days ago on the story that we posted about here involving the fight over equal access for religious groups to New York City public school buildings. The Post article contains a few additional details about the City Council’s vote (it was 38-11) as well as some political speculation and other odds and ends about the controversy. I am not sure what the piece means when it says that the Department of Education’s policy is “based on” New York State law. At least a substantial part of the legal defense is grounded in the First Amendment. It did come as news to me that the board’s policy “makes New York the exception among the nation’s 50 largest school districts.” (h/t our former guest, Ashley Berner).