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Kentucky printer’s victory is victory for all

Lexington, Ky., printer Blaine Adamson of Hands On Originals declined to print expressive shirts promoting the Lexington Pride Festival, hosted by the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization, because he did not want to convey the messages printed on the shirts. He nevertheless offered to connect the organization to another printer that would produce the shirts for the same price that he would have charged. Unsatisfied, GLSO filed a complaint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission and alleged illegal discrimination despite eventually obtaining the shirts for free from another printer.

Words | I'm a category | I'm the icon | www | Feb 09, 2016 Read More

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Broad support for pharmacists’ freedom, near-unanimous opposition to extreme Wash. state policy

Briefs filed with US Supreme Court include 13 states, 38 pharmacy associations, more than 4,600 medical professionals.

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Washington floral artist’s freedom firmly rooted in federal, state constitutional law

ADF attorneys file reply brief with Washington Supreme Court on behalf of Barronelle Stutzman, targeted for her beliefs.

Words | I'm a category | I'm the icon | www | Feb 08, 2016 Read More


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