Surprisingly, the U.S. Supreme Court today declined to hear the appeal of a New Mexico photographer who refused to photograph a same-sex ceremony. That refusal violated a New Mexico anti-discirmination law, and the New Mexico Supreme Court previously held that Elane Photography lacked a First Amendment protection against the law. Here's what I wrote about that decision in August.
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