The Washington Times: The high court needs to “stick with” the logic of Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton’s majority opinion for the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Caleb Dalton, litigation counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom, said at a briefing at ADF offices Friday.
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Inquisitr: Jim Campbell, senior legal counsel for The Alliance Defending Freedom, which represented the Christian business owner in his legal troubles, praised Monday’s ruling.
Acton: “The government can’t force citizens to surrender free-speech rights or religious freedom in order to run a small business, and this decision affirms that,” said Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Legal Counsel Jim Campbell, who defended Adamson. “The court rightly recognized that the law protects Blaine’s decision not to print shirts with messages that conflict with his beliefs, and that no sufficient reason exists for the government to coerce Blaine to act against his conscience in this way.”