“BYU pointed out that it ‘receives tuition payments for students from a variety of sources,’ including family members, individual students, loans, grants, and scholarships,” stated Judge Gregory A. Phillips, in his written opinion for the court. “Because BYU lacked records showing who paid the tuition for individual students, it contended that it could not identify the class members.”


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