This is a strange U.S. Supreme Court session. First LGBTQ groups lined up on opposite sides of a case (see Mahanoy v. BL). Now, they’ve lined up inapposite to where they were 10 years ago.
The latter comes in Americans for Prosperity v. California, which had oral argument Monday (April 26). The oral argument encompassed two cases out of California, one brought by Americans for Prosperity Foundation and the other by the Thomas More Law Center.
The groups sued the state of California over its requirement that charities disclose to the state the names and addresses of their major donors.
They say the forced requirement violates the First Amendment rights of the groups and their donors. And they note that charities that do not comply with theRead more on thegavoice.com