I posted earlier about the Elane Photography case. The New Mexico Human Rights commission issued its opinion today, holding Elane Photography guilty of discrimination. As Eugene Volokh discusses here, the breadth of the decision is astounding and ostensibly covers other businesses of a similar nature. For instance, freelance writers — by the same logic employed by the commission — can be compelled to write things contrary to their religious beliefs.
As this case makes clear, the attack on freedom of speech from anti-discrimination laws is current and real. And it is getting worse.
(Link via The Volokh Conspiracy)