The U.S. Supreme Court appeared sympathetic to a web designer who wants to turn away same-sex couples when it heard oral arguments in her case Monday.Lorie Smith, owner of 303 Creative in Colorado, wants to expand her wedding website business but says her conservative Christian beliefs won’t allow her to celebrate same-sex couples — and that designing websites for them would be a celebration and would interfere with her rights to freedom of religion and speech.
She seeks to include a statement on her website that she will not serve same-sex couples.She filed suit in 2016 challenging Colorado’s LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination law.
She lost at the federal district court and appeals court levels. The Supreme Court agreed in February to hear her case but only on the free speech claim.In oral arguments in the case, 303 Creative LLC v.
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