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How Well Do You Know Blaine Adamson and the Hands On Originals Case?

Blaine has been involved in a lawsuit for the past seven years, fighting for the right to live and work consistently with his beliefs. Here’s his story. (4/20/2020)

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Key Decision Brings Hope for Rights of Conscience Cases Coast to Coast

In the increasingly uphill legal struggle to ensure the rights of Christians in America to operate their private businesses in accordance with their faith, Blaine Adamson just secured an incredible foothold. (4/19/2020)

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The Weekly Digest: A Victory for Conscience in Kentucky

On Friday, a Kentucky appeals court recognized Blaine's freedom to decline orders that would require him to promote a message in conflict with his religious beliefs. (4/20/2020)

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Win! Kentucky Court Won't Force Christian Printer to Print Messages He Disagrees With

Kentucky printer was cleared of charges of "unjust discrimination" for referring an order for pride event t-shirts to a printer who matched his price. (4/19/2020)

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Freedom Matters Podcast: A Win for Religious Liberty

ADF Senior Counsel Jim Campbell, attorney for Blaine Adamson, joins Freedom Matters this week to discuss the appeals court’s ruling. (4/20/2020)

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Kentucky Print Shop Owner Fights Compelled Speech and Reeducation Order

If this story sounds familiar, it's probably because stories like Blaine's are becoming more and more common. Here's how they tend to go... (4/19/2020)

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Breaking: Victory Upheld for Christian Printer Who Declined to Print Shirts for LGBT Pride Festival

Today the court affirmed that Blaine is free to decide for himself the ideas and messages he wants to express. (4/20/2020)

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Kentucky printer’s victory is victory for all

Lexington, Ky., printer Blaine Adamson of Hands On Originals declined to print expressive shirts promoting the Lexington Pride Festival, hosted by the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization, because he did not want to convey the messages printed on the shirts. He nevertheless offered to connect the organization to another printer that would produce the shirts for the same price that he would have charged. Unsatisfied, GLSO filed a complaint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission and alleged illegal discrimination despite eventually obtaining the shirts for free from another printer. (4/19/2020)

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Kentucky printer standing up for everyone’s expressive freedom

ADF attorney available to media Tuesday following oral arguments before state appeals court (4/19/2020)

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Kentucky printer asks state high court to leave in place decision affirming expressive freedom

ADF attorneys represent Lexington printer Blaine Adamson, Hands On Originals (4/19/2020)

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Kentucky appeals court upholds victory for printer, deals blow to govt coercion

ADF attorneys represent Lexington printer Blaine Adamson, Hands On Originals (4/19/2020)

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Ky. court upholds freedom of printers not to print

ADF attorneys represent Lexington printer Hands On Originals (4/19/2020)

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ADF to Ky. court: Uphold printers’ freedom to print or not print

ADF attorneys available to media following hearing Friday (4/19/2020)