DENVER — Plaintiff Lorie Smith is giving more insight into her U.S. Supreme Court case 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis following Monday’s oral arguments.
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Prof. McConnell is one of the top First Amendment law scholars in the country, and I was delighted that he passed along this item:
Much of the commentary on today’s argument in 303 Creative starts from the premise that the case pits free speech (or maybe religious freedom) against LGBTQ
“A gay couple walks in and says, I’d like the standard website, everything standard, but I want something in addition to that, I want the homepage, the website, to say ‘God blesses this union,’ and Ms. Smith says this is a problem,” Kagan said. “I don’t know, I think that
DELMARVA – The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is considering a case involving questions of discrimination and free speech.
303 Creative v. Elenis
Lorie Smith is an artist who owns her own design studio, 303 Creative, in Colorado. She began her business, specializing in website design, in 2012.
The Supreme Court will revisit the intersection of LGBTQ rights and religious liberty on Monday, when it takes up the case of a graphic designer who seeks to start a website business to celebrate weddings – but does not want to work with same-sex couples.
The case comes
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