Supreme Court Round Up Part Three: Harris v. Quinn

Supreme Court Round Up Part Three: Harris v. Quinn

“Any doctrine holding that individuals possess absolute rights of free speech and free religious expression under the First Amendment would make it impossible for the government to enforce compliance with the laws passed by our democratically elected representatives, especially if the Supreme Court continues to extend absolute rights to corporate actors as well as human beings.  The result would be to substantially weaken federal and state government.  But perhaps that is the point of the plaintiffs in these cases.”

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November 1, 2019