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By Chris Woodward, OneNewsNow, October 9, 2019
Depending on how the Supreme Court rules on cases involving LGBT issues, attorneys say places of worship and other religious non-profits could find themselves in court more often.
Justices heard arguments on Tuesday involving three LGBT workers who were fired. One is a former CASA volunteer coordinator, another is a homosexual man who worked as a skydiving instructor, and a third is a man who feels he is a woman and wanted to present himself as such while working as a funeral director.
At issue is whether “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” (SOGI) are covered by the word “sex” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The U.S. Supreme Court will have the final say, most likely in late spring or early summer 2020.
“We filed a friend-of-the-court brief in this case focusing on the implications that this case could have for religious freedom,” says attorney Stephanie Taub of First Liberty Institute, a Texas-based religious liberty law firm. ….