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JURIST Guest Columnist Jeff Shafer of Alliance Defending Freedom, discusses expression's reliance on context in light of Masterpiece Cakeshop ... Two perpendicular lines: a cross. A church architectural committee asks a sculptor to design one for placement atop the steeple over its new sanctuary. Delighted, he agrees. The KKK admires the craftsmanship provided the church and asks the sculptor for the same design for use during its march in Skokie. Revolted, he declines. While the …

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This Day at Law

Human Rights Day

December 10 is Human Rights Day [UN factsheet].

Wyoming grants women sufferage

On December 10, 1869, the governor of the Wyoming Territory signed the first US legislation granting women the right to vote. Get background on women's suffrage in Wyoming from the Woman of the West Museum. Read a 1998 thread on the Wyoming legislation from the H-Women academic discussion list.

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