Back in 2012, the Lexington Human Rights Commission ruled that Blaine Adamson of Hands on Originals violated the city’s fairness ordinance for not printing T-shirts with a gay pride message. Adamson appealed the commission’s ruling to a judge who reversed the ruling. Then the commission appealed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals, which last Friday affirmed the trial judge’s reversal of the ruling.
Apparently, losing twice isn’t enough; the commission has asked the state Supreme Court to review the decision. Let’s hope the Supreme Court decides to leave Adamson alone!
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