Public Advocate On A Roll-- Back at the Supreme Court Defending Relgious Liberty
For Immediate Release: May 11 2022 11:00 AM EST
Eugene Degaudio, president of Public Advocate announced new legal actions at the Supreme Court shortly.
BACKGROUND ON PUBLIC ADVOCATE LEGAL ACTION
Delgaudio explained: "In February 2022, there were some new developments in the 303 Creative Case before the Supreme Court.
Public Advocate filed an amicus brief in this case, at Supreme Court urging SCOTUS to grant cert on October 28, 2021."
PUBLIC ADVOCATE AMICUS BRIEF ON THE MERITS BEING PREPARED RIGHT NOW.
"Whether applying a public-accommodation law to compel an artist to speak or stay silent violates the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment."
Public Advocate bluntly argues broadly in our petition for "Cert" and will argue bluntly and broadly in our Amicus Brief on the Merits about to be filed.
Quote from October 28 2021 filing:
"Historically, the doctrine of Public Accommodation
was limited to narrow class of businesses in public
callings - not all businesses open to the public. The
regulation of the operation of private businesses by the
state is a characteristic of Fascism."
"THE TENTH CIRCUIT SANCTIONED THE
DESTRUCTION OF THE FREE SPEECH AND
FREE EXERCISE CONSTITUTIONAL
PROTECTIONS OF CHRISTIAN
BUSINESSES, IN SERVICE TO A
POWERFUL LGBTQ POLITICAL LOBBY."
Public Advocate takes the position that any harrassment of peaceful and private Christian business is a violation of the First Amendment and PA is one of the few groups consistently bringing this argument in such blunt language, " said Delgaudio.