The case of Colorado web designer Lorie Smith, as argued before the Supreme Court, is not about free exercise of religion but freedom of speech, and almost certainly it will be decided that way.
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COMMENTARY: In ‘Kennedy v. Bremerton School District,’ the nation’s highest court will clarify the Constitution’s protection of the religious expression of teachers, coaches and other public servants.
The court agreed Feb. 22 to consider ‘whether applying a public-accommodation law to compel an artist to speak or stay silent violates the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.’
‘To tell a Catholic school how to explain its faith undermines the liberty of the members of its community,’ the court wrote in its 7-0 decision.
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