Monday, January 08, 2018
Supreme Court dismisses Mississippi religious freedom case out of lack of standing
The Supreme Court has refused to hear a case from Mississippi, about a law that allows businesses to refuse services to LGBT people on religious or other belief grounds (like gender is immutable), The case was dismissed for lack of standing.
Greg Stohr has the Bloomberg story.
It sounds like this is more about public accommodations taking all comers than about specialized expression.
Marian Tupy offers a libertarian analysis of the Makepiece case on Rick Sincere’s blog (which has a style resembling mine but a lot of guest posts lately).