"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
"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
"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
"Today, the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in New Doe Child #1 et al v. United States, a challenge to use of the motto 'In God We Trust' on national currency. The denial means the 8th Circuit’s ruling dismissing the case remains in place." - BJC
"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.
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