Religious Liberty

Quebec's 'secularism police' bill unites Muslim, Christians, and more

"On Sunday, Quebec's legislature passed a bill prohibiting government employees, including teachers and police officers, from wearing religious clothing or accessories. The bill passed with an overwhelming 73 to 35 vote and a court challenge has already been filed." - W. Examiner

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SCOTUS Sends Gay-Wedding-Cake Case Back to State Court

"The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a case involving an Oregon bakery that refused to bake a cake for a lesbian wedding... foregoing an opportunity to clarify its position on the matter after ruling narrowly in favor of a Colorado baker in a similar case last year." - National Review

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Masterpiece Cakeshop Owner Sued Again after Refusing to Bake ‘Gender Transition’ Cake

"Autumn Scardina, a transgender Colorado woman, filed a civil suit against Phillips on Wednesday over his refusal to bake her a cake that was to be blue on the outside and pink on the inside in celebration of her transition." - N. Reivew

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Christian florist who refused to work gay wedding loses again in Washington court

"The U.S. Supreme Court vacated the Washington court’s 2017 decision last June and sent the case back to the court for further consideration in light of the court’s 7-2 ruling in favor of Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips.

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A Liberal Law Professor Explains Why the Equality Act Would ‘Crush’ Religious Dissenters

The act “says that [the Religious Freedom Restoration Act] does not apply to any claim under the Equality Act....This is not a good-faith attempt to reconcile competing interests. It is an attempt by one side to grab all the disputed territory and to crush the other side.” - National Review

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