Are ANYONE’S First Amendment rights allowed in the workplace anymore? Apparently not.
Anti-free speech protesters rallied outside the Supreme Court this week to kick off the oral arguments for one of the most important free speech cases in a generation, in which the court will decide whether individuals can be forced by states to violate their consciences.
At the heart of this case is Jack Philips — a Christian baker and the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop — who was forced by his state government to serve a gay wedding.
But what if the situation were different?
The “Capitol Hill Brief” team went to ask protestors what should happen if a Muslim baker were put in a similar situation. Some of the answers we got may surprise you.
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