The 113 Page Transcript of today’s Very Important Masterpiece Cakeshop Case Before the Supreme Court

(From Pages 4-5 to give you a taste–KSH)
JUSTICE GINSBURG: What if — what if it’s — if it’s an item off the shelf? That is, they don’t commission a cake just for them but they walk into the shop, they see a lovely cake, and they say we’d like to purchase it for the celebration of our marriage tonight. The Colorado law would prohibit that. Would you claim that you are entitled to an exception?

MS. WAGGONER: Absolutely not. The compelled speech doctrine is triggered by compelled speech. And in the context of a pre-made cake, that is not compelled speech.

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One comment on “The 113 Page Transcript of today’s Very Important Masterpiece Cakeshop Case Before the Supreme Court

  1. BlueOntario says:

    The last part of page 54 and first of 55 is interesting in another context.

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