Legislation would allow K-College to discontinue Baptist requirement
K College was founded by Baptists, and so not surprisingly its charter required that its board have a certain proportion of Baptists. But as it turned away from its mission, this proportion was gradually reduced to today's 15%. Since this violated its charter, it required approval from the state legislature.
Now, legislation has been introduced in Lansing to complete the leftist takeover of K College. It would completely eliminate the Baptist ties to K College.
Who supports this legislation?
K-College alumna, Rep. Kate Segal, D-Battle Creek, introduced House Bill 5650, which is co-sponsored by several local lawmakers, including Rep. Robert Jones, D-Kalamazoo, and Rep. Larry DeShazor, R-Portage.