Owning a business is a big responsibility. On top of managing all the administrative tasks, business owners must set guidelines that align with their values. Lorie Smith, a website designer from Colorado and owner of 303 Creative, wanted to start creating wedding websites, but knew she would not be able to design them for same-sex weddings as those went against her values.
But Lorie faced a dilemma when she learned that Colorado’s anti-discrimination law (CADA) would force her to design websites for same-sex weddings or face severe penalties. Lorie faced an important choice, and she knew what she had to do. I won’t spoil the whole story, but it ends at the Supreme Court and it’s one you won’t want to miss.
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