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Yelp, Apple, and PayPal all plan to sign an amicus brief encouraging the Supreme Court to rule that refusing service to LGBT people based on religious beliefs is not a First Amendment right, but rather anti-LGBT discrimination.
“The brief is being coordinated by the Human Rights Campaign and according to Axios, the deadline to sign on to the brief was Wednesday. The brief is reportedly due Monday,” the Hill reported. “A source familiar with the brief said that they expect more technology companies to sign on before it is submitted to the court.”
In a statement, PayPal claimed the bill would advance “the principles of inclusion and equality.”