Correcting the Record on the ‘Fake’ Same-Sex Couple in the 303 Creative Case

Posted on AllSides July 5th, 2023
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Lawyers representing the Christian website designer whose free expression case triumphed at the Supreme Court on Friday are pushing back on recent reporting in The New Republic insinuating that the designer fabricated a request to create a same-sex wedding website around the time the lawsuit was filed.

The Court ruled 6-3 in favor of 303 Creative web designer Lorie Smith, finding that Colorado’s broad public-accommodations law, which includes protections for sexual orientation, would unconstitutionally compel her to create speech that violates her religious convictions.

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