ADF's attorneys in their appeal argued the New York state laws go against the First and Fourteenth Amendments
The U.S. District Court ruled that all New Yorkers are entitled to equal access to the public marketplace under the law
The court ruled the state has a compelling interest “in protecting the physical and psychological well-being of minors, including LGBTQ youth.
Tanner Cross stated it was against his beliefs to “affirm that a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa”
In the 2-1 ruling, the court said Colorado had a compelling interest in protecting the “dignity interests” of members of marginalized groups.
Most of these opposition groups purport to be homegrown & grassroots, all have access to numerous national right-wing organizations.
Attorney representing the school system argued Cross’ actions disrupted the educational setting suspension was for that reason not his beliefs
Supreme Court hearing 3 employment discrimination cases on Oct. 8