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Topic - Austin Nimocks
A New Mexico couple who declined to photograph a same sex "commitment ceremony" for religious reasons lost its bid for Supreme Court review Monday when the court declined to review the New Mexico Supreme Court ruling against them.
Nimocks argued that a court that upholds the right to anti-Semitic or racist speech would be oddly positioned if it allowed a state to coerce speech from an artist.
“Something that should never be beyond the pale in this country is free speech — no matter what the speech is, whether you agree with it or not,” said Austin Nimocks, senior counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, an Arizon-based religious liberty legal organization, which represented Huguenin in the case.