(Worthy News) – The Supreme Court grappled Monday with balancing free speech against gay rights, hearing a case involving a Colorado website designer who says she shouldn’t be compelled to violate the tenets of her faith by creating products for same-sex marriages.
The justices struggled particularly with where to draw the line between an individual who offers services and an artist who produces custom works of expression.
Web designer Lorie Smith in her challenge of Colorado’s pro-LGBTQ law is asking the Supreme Court to protect her First Amendment right not to be forced to work on something she opposes. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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