Additional resources: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission v. Hands On Originals

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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Previous news releases:

  • 2017-06-12: ADF: Kentucky high court should leave victory for printer’s freedom in place
  • 2017-05-12: Kentucky appeals court upholds victory for printer, deals blow to govt coercion
  • 2016-12-12: Kentucky printer standing up for everyone’s expressive freedom
  • 2016-02-09: Kentucky printer’s victory is victory for all
  • 2015-04-27: Ky. court upholds freedom of printers not to print
  • 2015-03-12: ADF to Ky. court: Uphold printers’ freedom to print or not print
  • 2014-12-09: Free to speak or not speak? That is the question in Ky. printer case
  • 2014-10-07: Recommended ruling in Ky. printer case could result in freedom for no one
  • 2012-04-20: ADF: Ky. T-shirt company not required to promote message it disagrees with

Commentary:

  • Blaine Adamson: I’m a T-shirt maker with gay customers and gay employees. I still was sued. (Daily Signal, 2017-09-17)
  • Samuel Green: Kentucky court ruling protects artist’s free speech, religious liberty (Daily Signal, 2017-05-22)
  • James Gottry: Kentucky ct. upholds constitutionally protected freedoms for all: Will others follow suit? (CNS News, 2017-05-15)
  • Jim Campbell: Arguments separating fashion designers from other artists aren’t worthy of the runway (National Review, 2017-01-23)
  • Jim Campbell: Designers can refuse to dress the Trumps. Other artists should have the same freedom. (Washington Post, 2017-01-18)
  • Jim Campbell: What two lesbian printers teach us about conscience rights (Townhall, 2016-12-17)

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