Supreme Court

The Supreme Court Is Not Debating Your “Humanity”

"... whichever way the Court rules, no one’s humanity hangs in the balance. Memes like the one pictured at top, though couched in terms of concern for young people who are different from their peers, don’t really help if they instill in their subjects needless fear, unhappiness, and the belief that the world is out to get them." - The Bulwark

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Supreme Court divided in LGBT discrimination cases; Gorsuch weighs both sides

"The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in three cases that could set important precedents about whether federal civil rights protections on the basis of sex also guarantee legal protections on the basis of gender identity and sexual orientation." - Christian Post

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What is 'sex'? The Supreme Court must choose between the rule of law and the gender activists

"The court will hear oral arguments in a trio of cases together, the outcome of which will determine anti-discrimination law and the fate of gay and transgender rights throughout the entire country. Ultimately, the justices will have to decide between the policy preferences of left-wing activists and upholding the law as we know it." - W. Examiner

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The Supreme Court must save religious foster care agencies from LGBT activist assault

"This week, at least 10 states and 44 members of Congress filed briefs urging the Supreme Court to hear Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case two foster mothers brought against the City of Philadelphia. The suit challenges the city’s discriminatory policies keeping faith-based foster agencies such as Catholic Social Services from operating according to their beliefs." - Washington Examiner

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“This case will be to gender identity what Obergefell v. Hodges was to same-sex marriage.”

"In a brief filed with the Supreme Court, the Department of Justice said they believe transgender discrimination is not prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in October to address the issue." - Washington Examiner

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‘The Next Big Religious Freedom Case Just Landed at SCOTUS’

"... it’s simply wrong to equate the government interests in combating the systematic oppression of the Jim Crow South with the City of Philadelphia’s interests in discriminating against a religious program that is directly advancing the public interest by caring for children who face great need." - David French

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Will the Supreme Court let Montana get away with anti-religious discrimination?

"Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear yet another important religious liberty case, Espinoza v. Montana. In this case, the state of Montana excluded religious schools from a scholarship program because of the state’s Blaine Amendment — basically an anti-religion law." - W. Examiner

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