Colorado’s attorney general is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the state’s anti-discrimination laws after a Denver-based graphic designer is requesting the right to turn away custom wedding website services for same-sex couples, according to a brief the AG’s office filed Friday with the U.S. Supreme Court.
This fall, the Supreme Court will hear the case filed by Lorie Smith, a Denver-based evangelical Christian web designer, who wants to expand her business 303 Creative to include wedding websites but because she opposes same-sex marriage, she does not want to design websites for same-sex weddings. She also wants to include a message on her website to explain her decision not to. Under Colorado law, public businesses are prohibited from discriminating against gay people…
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