On this episode of The Lieb Cast, we talk with legal expert Joshua Ritter about two big decisions made by the Supreme Court. The first one, called 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, is about a Christian website designer who didn't want to make websites for same-sex weddings. The court decided that it was her right to choose what kind of work she wants to do. The second case, Groff v. DeJoy, involves a postal worker who didn't want to work on Sundays because of his religious beliefs. The court sided with the worker, saying that employers must make reasonable accommodations for employees' religious practices. These two cases could change the way businesses treat their employees' rights to free speech and religious freedom.
Joshua Ritter, Esq., Media Legal Analyst and Podcast Host of "True Crime Daily: The Sidebar", lends his legal expertise to help us navigate these complex rulings, discussing their wider impact on society and the potential contradictions within the court's interpretations. Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion that's as timely as it is critical.