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The Supreme Court appears to agree with a web designer who is against same-sex unions.

A graphic artist in Colorado doesn’t want to create websites for same-sex weddings. She says the state’s anti-discrimination law violates her religious beliefs. The case is a follow-up to the court’s decision in 2018 on a baker’s refusal to bake a cake for a gay couple. She says Colorado law forces her to create messages she does not believe. Justices consider hypotheticals such as mall Santas who might refuse to take photos with minorities.