Question of the Day: Should wedding website ruling stand?


Here is the Question of the Day:

A recent Supreme Court decision ruled in favor of a graphic artist who said she was asked by a man named “Stewart” and his husband-to-be to make a website for their wedding. The Associated Press reported that the woman who filed the suit “did not plan to start creating wedding websites until her case was resolved” and that Stewart did not know he was named in the suit until after the court’s decision, when he was contacted by a reporter. He said he was not involved and has been married to a woman for 15 years. What parameters should the court have in accepting a pre-enforcement challenge such as this?

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