As I’ve said before, it would be interesting if the court were to rule that gay and transgender people are protected from workplace discrimination, and then rule that religious business owners can’t be compelled to create messages and participate in ceremonies that violate their faith. That, however, probably won’t happen.
But Gorsuch! — might be the justice who decides that the Civil Rights Act's workplace protections apply to gay and transgender employees. https://t.co/rLJoQPSGgW via @reason— Scott Shackford [Blue Checkmark] (@SShackford) October 8, 2019
@brad_polumbo: “Left-wing activists routinely conflate the merits of whether or not gay and transgender people *should* be protected under anti-discrimination law with the question of whether they *are* included under the law.” https://t.co/EpivymnZ3c— Gregory T. Angelo (@gregorytangelo) October 8, 2019
2 Comments for “Decision Pending”
posted by Tom Scharbach on
Pending, but not imminent. Look for a decision near the end of the Term.
posted by Jorge on
Oh, joy. I can’t wait to hear what’s going to be on the sermon next year’s gay pride day.