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Analysis: Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

When the Supreme Court agreed to hear the Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, many believed the court would answer the vexing question of which policy interest prevails when nondiscrimination laws and religious liberties collide. But the court did no such thing. Instead, the justices effectively punted, leaving that question unanswered.
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In the Media

When should employees be fired for tweeting?

When TV star Roseanne's show was canceled after she posted an offensive tweet about Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett, some questioned whether it was a fireable action, or should have been viewed as protected free speech. Emory Law's Alex Lilly, a rising 3L, wrote on the topic for Above the Law.
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