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The Collision of LGBTQ+ Rights And Religious Freedoms

The Supreme Court is set to deliver a decision that could upend LGBTQ+ rights this Pride Month. In March 2018, Philadelphia dropped its contract with Catholic Social Services after it refused to certify a same-sex couple looking to adopt, saying that this would infringe upon its religious beliefs. A win for Catholic Social Services could legalize discrimination in other spheres. Which way will the conservative majority justices lean?

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    Supreme Court will soon release a potentially pivotal decision for LGBT rights

    Supreme Court will soon release a potentially pivotal decision for LGBT rights

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    CNBC - Tucker Higgins

    The Supreme Court is expected to release a decision in the coming days that could provide the first glimpses of how its 6-3 conservative majority …

    At Supreme Court, Justices Consider Religion, LGBTQ Rights

    At Supreme Court, Justices Consider Religion, LGBTQ Rights

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    NPR - Nina Totenberg

    Updated at 6:24 p.m. ET The U.S. Supreme Court may be poised to side with Catholic Social Services in a battle that pits religious freedom against anti-discrimination laws in Philadelphia and across the country. At issue in a case argued on Wednesday is the Catholic charity's refusal to screen …

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