USJF Project: Stormans v. Wiesman — amicus brief as filed

February 7, 2016 @

Attached is the Stormans v. Wiesman amicus brief, as filed in the U.S. Supreme Court.

Stormans Public Advocate amicus brief

Quickie summary:
Our Supreme Court brief defends a Christian-owned pharmacy from attack by the Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission due to that pharmacy’s refusal to stock and sell abortifacient drugs. Although the Pharmacy Commission is a government agency, its steps were largely directed by Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest.

Our brief explained why the Washington Pharmacy Commission had no legitimate governmental basis for its rule narrowly designed to prevent pharmacies from acting on their moral and religious objections to stocking and dispensing certain types of pharmaceuticals.

Additionally, our brief demonstrated the real-world consequences of government taking sides in each political debate, so as to render unlawful any resistance to the agenda of a Secular Humanist state.

One Comment → “USJF Project: Stormans v. Wiesman — amicus brief as filed”


  1. knowsit

    11 months ago

    In most nations, citizens are complaining about the overbearing presence of government.
    In this nation, state government institutions are inviting the Fed Gov. fore more interfering in state’s rights.


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