Supreme Court’s Chance to Defend Religious Liberty

Will this Supreme Court continue to rule consistent with the original meaning of the Constitution? So far, the answer appears to be "yes," especially when it comes to the vindication of free speech and religious liberty. The Court's role in safeguarding these important civil liberties is now more crucial than ever. Take, for example, the case of a young businesswoman in Colorado. Lorie Smith is a website designer and owner of 303 Creative LLC in Denver. She is also a devout Christian with traditional views on marriage. Lorie wants to expand her business to design wedding websites, but worries that she will get caught in the crosshairs of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) if she declines to create a website for a same-sex wedding. CADA, you may recall, is the same law that continues to stalk Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who objects to designing cakes inconsistent with his Christian beliefs on marriage and sexual identity.
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