PA Supreme Court Rules that Homosexual 'Hate Crimes' Law Violates Pennsylvania Constitution
"Too Many New Yorkers Retire To Pennsylvania !"
On Wednesday the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued a short per curiam order, in which it agreed with the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania that the state legislature violated the Pennsylvania Constitution when it added "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" to Pennsylvania's "ethnic intimidation" law.
Eleven Christians of the evangelical group Repent America were arrested due to that same law in 2004 for reading the Bible and singing hymns at Outfest, a homosexual rally. Though the case was eventually dropped, Repent America filed legal action in 2005 against the act, citing its unconstitutional nature. The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania agreed last...