Four takeaways from Monday's key free speech case at the Supreme Court

Posted on AllSides December 6th, 2022
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Free Speech, Supreme Court, Free Speech Online

On Monday morning, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a vital free speech case, 303 Creative v. Elenis. At issue is whether or not Colorado’s public accommodation law, its Anti-Discrimination Act, can compel Lorie Smith, the website designer behind 303 Creative, to create website designs celebrating gay marriage, even though doing so would go against her sincere religious beliefs. Here are four takeaways.

One of the ways the justices decide how to rule on a case is to think of myriad ways the law could apply to other similar scenarios. To that end, several...

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