Supreme Court ruling allows businesses to refuse some services to LGBTQ+ customers

On a 6-3 ideological split, the Supreme Court sided with an evangelical Christian website designer who does not want to create sites for same-sex weddings, even though a Colorado anti-discrimination law would require her to. The court said the First Amendment protects her from creating sites for things she doesn’t believe in. John Yang discussed the decision with Kate Sosin of The 19th News.

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