(Washington Times) A Michigan high school is in hot water with conservatives after canceling a speech from former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, because he supports traditional marriage.

Mr. Santorum, a former senator and a social conservative who opposes gay marriage, was scheduled to speak to more than 1,700 students at Grosse Pointe High School near Detroit later this month, but Superintendent Thomas Harwood canceled the April 24 engagement after Santorum’s camp refused to let him review a copy of the speech, according to The Detroit News. The school was afraid he would deliver an anti-gay message to the students, because of his beliefs.

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