Justice Amy Coney Barrett Called To Recuse Herself In LGBTQ Case Over Christians Beliefs

  • Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett is facing calls to recuse herself due to her Christian faith from an upcoming case involving a web designer’s handling of wedding websites for LGBTQ clients.
  • The criticism comes from former members of People of Praise, a network of lay Christian communities founded in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana.
  • The case of 303 Creative LLC v. Aubrey Elenis involves Lorie Smith, owner and founder of a graphic design firm, who wants to post a statement saying she will not take on clients requesting wedding website designs for same-sex couples, as gay marriage conflicts with her religious beliefs.
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