The Supreme Court said in a list of orders that it would hear arguments about whether a law forcing an artist to speak or remain silent violates the First Amendment’s free speech clause.

America: Supreme Court will hear LGBT rights case, trial will be heard in October

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Washington Published by:Jeet Kumar Updated Wed, 23 Feb 2022 07:10 AM IST

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The Supreme Court said in a list of orders that it would hear arguments about whether a law forcing an artist to speak or remain silent violates the First Amendment’s free speech clause.

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The US Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear the appeal of a Christian website designer. Designer Laurie Smith has challenged a law that denies providing marriage services and other services to gay couples. The Supreme Court in a list of orders on the matter said it would hear arguments about whether a law forcing an artist to speak or remain silent violates the First Amendment’s free speech clause. The case will be heard during the court’s October period.

Laurie Smith is a graphic designer and artist. She wants to make such a wedding website. In which he will also allow same-sex marriages in his website, but according to the law, it is an act of inciting religious sentiments.

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