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SCOTUS hears the case of a web designer refusing to work with same-sex couples, only 4 years after the Colorado “baker case.”
Dr. Michael (Avi) Helfand is a Senior Fellow of the Kogod Research Center at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. He is currently the Brenden Mann Foundation Chair in Law and Religion and Co-Director of the Nootbaar Institute for Law, Religion and Ethics at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law as well as Florence Rogatz Visiting Professor at Yale Law School. Avi received his J.D. from Yale Law School and his Ph.D. in Political Science

“If you felt a strong sense of deja vu watching the Supreme Court’s oral argument on Dec. 5, it would be hard to blame you.

On the docket, once again, was a case of a Colorado business that refused to provide its services to same-sex couples. This time, instead of a baker refusing to bake a wedding cake, it’s a web designer refusing to create a wedding website.”

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