Topic: SCOTUS (Page 2)
Post | June 4, 2018
In a narrow 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court sided with Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips over the Colorado Civil Rights Commission which it found to be in violation of the free exercise clause of the Constitution for ordering Mr. Phillips to make a cake for a same-sex wedding he morally opposed. Read the full article here.
Post | February 9, 2017
John Riley of MetroWeekly presents a two-sided argument on how the LGBTQ community has reacted to President Trump’s first weeks in office, featuring input from Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo. You can read the full story here at this link.
Post | October 21, 2016
Dallas Voice covers the final presidential debate which included key issues to LGBT voters, and the Log Cabin Republicans response to Donald Trump’s challenging of Hillary Clinton’s hypocrisy of accepting donations from countries with horrendous records on LGBT equality. To read the whole story, click here.
Post | July 8, 2015
Log Cabin Republicans National Executive Director Gregory T. Angelo writes in an op-ed in the Washington Examiner: “There’s an assumption that the GOP will greet the dawn of national marriage equality with apathy at best and resistance, hostility and obstinacy at worst. These expectations fail to consider the fact that there’s a compelling conservative case […]
Post | June 27, 2015
9 News reporter Brandon Rittiman covers the Western Conservative Summit, including commentary from Log Cabin Republicans of Colorado member Alexander Hornaday. You can read the full story here.