Christian Web Designer Takes Case to US Supreme Court After Being Forced to Violate Religious Beliefs

Christian Web Designer Takes Case to US Supreme Court After Being Forced to Violate Religious Beliefs

Colorado web designer Lorie Smith runs her business in accordance with her Christian faith, however, the state and federal governments are telling her that she must violate her beliefs.

Smith, who owns 303 Creative studio, is now asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear her case in hopes that the high court will rule that she doesn’t have to express messages and celebrate events that violate her First Amendment rights.

In July, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that the artist had to design wedding websites for same-sex couples. The judges also said that Colorado can prohibit Smith from even explaining on her social media page which websites she can create based on her religious beliefs.

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