Free Speech vs. Nondiscrimination: The Supreme Court Must Find a Middle Ground

Source: Cato Institute
by Robert A Levy

“Hardcore libertarians maintain that private parties doing business on private property should have a right to associate (or not) with whomever they please. Of course, the law is quite different — which means that the Supreme Court might have to resolve some rather knotty problems: Should Black florists be forced to design flower arrangements for a Ku Klux Klan funeral? Should liberal web designers have to design a site for a conservative candidate? … For each case, courts should ask a number of pertinent questions.” (01/19/23)