Supreme Court 303 Creative decision puts religious freedom first. We are no longer equal.

Jun 30, 2023 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

59% :Supreme Court affirmative action ruling: Supreme Court ends affirmative action in admissions.
46% : In 2018, we were walking up the court's marble steps hoping the justices would uphold Colorado's anti-discrimination law that protects LGBTQ+ individuals by providing equal access to public accommodations.
41% : When one person's claims of religious freedom can trump everyone else's basic civil rights, we are no longer equal in the eyes of the law.
39% : That harm has many facets, spanning our lives from birth to death: such as the lesbian couple whose doctor refused to treat their infant because they were in a same-sex relationship, or the man whose partner passed away and the funeral home was accused of refusing to pick up his body because they were gay.

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