The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Lorie Smith, a Colorado graphic designer, allowing her to refuse the creation of wedding websites for same-sex marriages. This decision, a notable victory for the First Amendment, followed Smith's lawsuit against Colorado's anti-discrimination law, which aimed to prevent businesses from denying services to customers based on sexual orientation. The court, in its 6-3 majority opinion penned by Justice Neil Gorsuch, emphasized that forcing an individual to express opinions against their conscience undermines the First Amendment liberties. Gorsuch concluded that the nation must uphold tolerance over coercion, and therefore, the judgment was reversed due to Colorado's attempts to contravene this principle.
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