US Supreme Court to decide whether it's OK to discriminate against LGBT+ customers

Feb 22, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

49% : The Supreme Court will hear the case, 303 Creative v Elenis, No 21-476, and decide "whether applying a public-accommodation law to compel an artist to speak or stay silent violates the free speech clause of the First Amendment".
48% : The cake shop in 2018 won a narrow Supreme Court victory over its refusal to bake a cake for a same-sex couple.
39% : The US Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a Christian woman who designs websites can refuse to work with same-sex couples despite a Colorado anti-discrimination law.
39% : In July 2021, the US appeals court ruled against Smith, who creates custom wedding websites, after she claimed she couldn't be forced to produce websites for same-sex marriages - a practice she opposed on religious grounds.
33% : "Requiring the company to produce the same services for same-sex couples that it produces for opposite sex couples does not require it to speak in favour of same-sex marriage," the lawyers said, Los Angeles Times reported.
23% : But they said she "cannot create websites that promote messages contrary to her faith, such as messages that condone violence or promote sexual immorality, abortion or same-sex marriage".

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