The Supreme Court should rule for the Web Designer and against the Colorado State Anti-Discrimination laws.
Anti-Discrimination Laws are a relic of the past and are not required as much today. This is a good example of them not applying.
There is ample competition in Web Site Developers. They should be allowed to decide, without government interference, who, who not, to build a web site for.
Ruling for the designer will not expose others to discrimination.
Discrimination laws were established to prevent the physical discrimination from physical locations, like lunch counters and water fountains and from discrimination like “redlining.”
The question would be, do the current discrimination laws achieve the goal.
They do not.