160 N. J., at 619-620, 734 A.2d, at 1227-1228.

He put it on himself and, indeed, he has continued to put it on himself."

the constitutionally protected liberty is at stake in a given case." .

For First Amendment principles to be implicated, the State must place the citizen in the position of either apparently or actually `asserting as true' the message." regularly engage in a variety of .

. Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186, 192 (1986). Angry About Who Counts as Equity Partner? [20] BSA cites three media interviews and Dale's affidavit to argue that he will openly advance a pro-gay agenda while being a Scoutmaster. The relevant passage reads: Nothing in that article, however, even remotely suggests that Dale would advocate any views on homosexuality to his troop. To meet these responsibilities we have made a commitment that our membership shall be representative of all the population in every community, district, and council." The court also determined that New Jersey has a compelling interest in eliminating "the destructive consequences of discrimination from our society," and that its public accommodations law abridges no more speech than is necessary to accomplish its purpose.

Sponsored by: FTI Consulting

We recognized in cases such as Roberts and Duarte that States have a compelling interest in eliminating discrimination against women in public accommodations.

"[1] The question in this case is whether that expansive *664 construction trenches on the federal constitutional rights of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).

Before Dale made his statement at Rutgers, the Scoutmaster of his troop did not know that he was gay.

See infra, at 678-685. Bd. v. Barnette, 319 U.S. 624 (1943), we recognized that the government may not "requir[e] affirmation of a belief and an attitude of mind," nor *689 "force an American citizen publicly to profess any statement of belief," even if doing so does not require the person to "forego any contrary convictions of their own." activities worthy of constitutional protection under the First Amendment," there was "no basis in the record for concluding that admission of women as full voting members will impede the organization's ability to engage in these protected activities or to disseminate its preferred views." . "[O]ne important manifestation of the principle of free speech is that one who chooses to speak may also decide `what not to say.' " Id., at 615. N. J. Stat.

La Follette, 450 U.S. 107, 124 (1981) ("[A]s is true of all expressions of First Amendment freedoms, the courts may not interfere on the ground that they view a particular expression as unwise or irrational"); see also Thomas v. Review Bd. Sign up to receive the Free Law Project newsletter with tips and announcements. A law prohibiting the destruction of draft cards only incidentally affects the free speech rights of those who happen to use a violation of that law as a symbol of protest. For example, a Scoutmaster may be a member of a religious group that encourages its followers to convert others to its faith. Though participating in the Scouts could itself conceivably send a message on some level, it is not the kind of act that we have recognized as speech.

In response, BSA sent him a second letter stating that the grounds for the decision "are the standards for leadership established by the Boy Scouts of America, which specifically forbid membership to homosexuals." 562, 571, 734 A.2d 1196, 1200 (1999).

[24] For John Doe to make a public statement of his sexual orientation to the newspapers may, of course, be a matter of great importance to John Doe. [13] BSA urged on brief that under the New Jersey Supreme Court's reading of the State's antidiscrimination law, "Boy Scout Troops would be forced to admit girls as members" and "Girl Scout Troops would be forced to admit boys." 457-458.

" 388 U.S., at 3. Sponsored by: FTI Consulting We agreed. Michael D. Silverman filed a brief for the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church et al. L. Rev.

It is only to say that the simple act of joining the Scouts—unlike joining a parade—is not inherently expressive. He continued: We are not, as we must not be, guided by our views of whether the Boy Scouts' teachings with respect to homosexual conduct are right or wrong; public or judicial disapproval of a tenet of an organization's expression does not justify the State's effort to compel the organization to accept members where such acceptance would derogate from the organization's expressive message. A. In that case, petitioners John Hurley and the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council ran a privately operated St. Patrick's Day parade. .

Id., at 66-67 (emphasis in original). As Justice Stevens explains, no group can claim a right of expressive association without identifying a clear position to be advocated over time in an unequivocal way. Roberts, 468 U. S., at 618.

Furthermore, the court concluded that reinstating Dale did not compel the Boy Scouts to express any message.

184.

I'm not hiding anything." " Id., at 541. But to come within its ambit, a group must engage in some form of expression, whether it be public or private. The majority holds that New Jersey's law violates BSA's right to associate and its right to free speech. And like Rotary Club, New Jersey's law "does not require [BSA] to abandon or alter any of" its activities. None of those statements even remotely supports that conclusion. The article included a picture of Dale that identified him as the co-president of the Lesbian Gay Alliance. The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. Each attorney is granted unlimited access to high quality, on-demand premium content from well-respected faculty in the legal industry along with administrative access to easily manage CLE for the entire team. Id., at 623-626. Id., at 567.

He can't take that banner off. .refer him to his. [5] All of them were *674 written and issued after BSA revoked Dale's membership. ← Judd v. United States Dist.

From the record evidence we have, it appears that they were not as readily available as the Boy Scout and Scoutmaster Handbooks; indeed, they appear to be quite difficult to get a hold of. Id., at 549.[13]. Id., at 580-581.

Ibid.

Dale's Boy Scout membership revoked after he came out as homosexual

Respondent is James Dale, a former Eagle Scout whose adult membership in the Boy Scouts was revoked when the Boy Scouts learned that he is an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist.

Along the way, he earned 25 merit badges, was admitted into the prestigious Order of the Arrow, and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout—an honor given to only three percent of all Scouts. The record reveals the following. We noted the "inherent expressiveness of marching [in a parade] to make a point," id., at 568, and in particular that GLIB was formed for the purpose of making a particular point about gay pride, id., at 561, 570.

In this same vein, Dale makes much of the claim that the Boy Scouts does not revoke the membership of heterosexual Scout leaders that openly disagree with the Boy Scouts' policy on sexual orientation. . See ibid. 1753, 1781-1783 (1996).

The majority holds that "[t]he presence of an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist in an assistant scoutmaster's uniform sends a distinc[t] .

Evan Wolfson argued the cause for respondent. . $("#sub0").append( pday ); Working 24/7, 100% Purchase "Boy Scouts of America v. More generally, the court ruled that a private organization such as the BSA may exclude a person from membership when "the presence of t… Boy Scouts of America v. Dale.

as Amicus Curiae 3 (describing views of the United Methodist Church, the Episcopal Church, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, and the Unitarian Universalist Association, all of whom reject discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation). Around the same time, Dale left home to attend Rutgers University. There is no shared goal or collective effort to foster a belief about homosexuality at all—let alone one that is significantly burdened by admitting homosexuals. The 1993 policy statement, in other words, was not based on any expressive activity or on any moral view about homosexuality. Even if BSA's right to associate argument fails, it nonetheless might have a First Amendment right to refrain from including debate and dialogue about homosexuality as part of its mission to instill values in Scouts. So in these cases, the associational interest in freedom of expression has *659 been set on one side of the scale, and the State's interest on the other. The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend for the races to mix.' . But "[t]he right to associate for expressive purposes is not .

of Oral Arg. New Jersey "prides itself on judging each individual by his or her merits" and on being "in the vanguard in the fight to eradicate the cancer of unlawful discrimination of all types from our society."

. Equally important is BSA's failure to adopt any clear position on homosexuality. [10] Runyon v. McCrary, 427 U.S. 160, 175-176 (1976) ("[T]he Court has recognized a First Amendment right `to engage in association for the advancement of beliefs and ideas .

The 1991 position statement stated that homosexual conduct was inconsistent with scouting values.

See Tr.

In 1989, he applied for adult membership in the Boy Scouts and was accepted as an assistant scoutmaster.

HAVEN’T FOUND ESSAY YOU WANT?

. See, e. g., Hurley, supra, at 571-572 (explaining the history of Massachusetts' public accommodations law); Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620, 627-629 (1996) (describing the evolution of public accommodations laws). To keep myself . intimate or private relationships . The New Jersey Supreme Court's construction of the statutory definition of a "place of public accommodation" has given its statute a more expansive coverage than most similar state statutes. . The Background of Boy Scouts of America v. Dale: Boy Scouts of America v. Dale was a landmark court case of the Supreme Court of the United States, which effectively overturned the New Jersey Supreme Court’s application of the New Jersey public accommodations law—a statute that forced the Boy Scouts of America to readmit assistant Scoutmaster James Dale. See supra, at 669-670. Reflection on the subject dictates that such an inquiry is required. .

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160 N. J., at 619-620, 734 A.2d, at 1227-1228.

He put it on himself and, indeed, he has continued to put it on himself."

the constitutionally protected liberty is at stake in a given case." .

For First Amendment principles to be implicated, the State must place the citizen in the position of either apparently or actually `asserting as true' the message." regularly engage in a variety of .

. Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186, 192 (1986). Angry About Who Counts as Equity Partner? [20] BSA cites three media interviews and Dale's affidavit to argue that he will openly advance a pro-gay agenda while being a Scoutmaster. The relevant passage reads: Nothing in that article, however, even remotely suggests that Dale would advocate any views on homosexuality to his troop. To meet these responsibilities we have made a commitment that our membership shall be representative of all the population in every community, district, and council." The court also determined that New Jersey has a compelling interest in eliminating "the destructive consequences of discrimination from our society," and that its public accommodations law abridges no more speech than is necessary to accomplish its purpose.

Sponsored by: FTI Consulting

We recognized in cases such as Roberts and Duarte that States have a compelling interest in eliminating discrimination against women in public accommodations.

"[1] The question in this case is whether that expansive *664 construction trenches on the federal constitutional rights of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).

Before Dale made his statement at Rutgers, the Scoutmaster of his troop did not know that he was gay.

See infra, at 678-685. Bd. v. Barnette, 319 U.S. 624 (1943), we recognized that the government may not "requir[e] affirmation of a belief and an attitude of mind," nor *689 "force an American citizen publicly to profess any statement of belief," even if doing so does not require the person to "forego any contrary convictions of their own." activities worthy of constitutional protection under the First Amendment," there was "no basis in the record for concluding that admission of women as full voting members will impede the organization's ability to engage in these protected activities or to disseminate its preferred views." . "[O]ne important manifestation of the principle of free speech is that one who chooses to speak may also decide `what not to say.' " Id., at 615. N. J. Stat.

La Follette, 450 U.S. 107, 124 (1981) ("[A]s is true of all expressions of First Amendment freedoms, the courts may not interfere on the ground that they view a particular expression as unwise or irrational"); see also Thomas v. Review Bd. Sign up to receive the Free Law Project newsletter with tips and announcements. A law prohibiting the destruction of draft cards only incidentally affects the free speech rights of those who happen to use a violation of that law as a symbol of protest. For example, a Scoutmaster may be a member of a religious group that encourages its followers to convert others to its faith. Though participating in the Scouts could itself conceivably send a message on some level, it is not the kind of act that we have recognized as speech.

In response, BSA sent him a second letter stating that the grounds for the decision "are the standards for leadership established by the Boy Scouts of America, which specifically forbid membership to homosexuals." 562, 571, 734 A.2d 1196, 1200 (1999).

[24] For John Doe to make a public statement of his sexual orientation to the newspapers may, of course, be a matter of great importance to John Doe. [13] BSA urged on brief that under the New Jersey Supreme Court's reading of the State's antidiscrimination law, "Boy Scout Troops would be forced to admit girls as members" and "Girl Scout Troops would be forced to admit boys." 457-458.

" 388 U.S., at 3. Sponsored by: FTI Consulting We agreed. Michael D. Silverman filed a brief for the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church et al. L. Rev.

It is only to say that the simple act of joining the Scouts—unlike joining a parade—is not inherently expressive. He continued: We are not, as we must not be, guided by our views of whether the Boy Scouts' teachings with respect to homosexual conduct are right or wrong; public or judicial disapproval of a tenet of an organization's expression does not justify the State's effort to compel the organization to accept members where such acceptance would derogate from the organization's expressive message. A. In that case, petitioners John Hurley and the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council ran a privately operated St. Patrick's Day parade. .

Id., at 66-67 (emphasis in original). As Justice Stevens explains, no group can claim a right of expressive association without identifying a clear position to be advocated over time in an unequivocal way. Roberts, 468 U. S., at 618.

Furthermore, the court concluded that reinstating Dale did not compel the Boy Scouts to express any message.

184.

I'm not hiding anything." " Id., at 541. But to come within its ambit, a group must engage in some form of expression, whether it be public or private. The majority holds that New Jersey's law violates BSA's right to associate and its right to free speech. And like Rotary Club, New Jersey's law "does not require [BSA] to abandon or alter any of" its activities. None of those statements even remotely supports that conclusion. The article included a picture of Dale that identified him as the co-president of the Lesbian Gay Alliance. The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. Each attorney is granted unlimited access to high quality, on-demand premium content from well-respected faculty in the legal industry along with administrative access to easily manage CLE for the entire team. Id., at 623-626. Id., at 567.

He can't take that banner off. .refer him to his. [5] All of them were *674 written and issued after BSA revoked Dale's membership. ← Judd v. United States Dist.

From the record evidence we have, it appears that they were not as readily available as the Boy Scout and Scoutmaster Handbooks; indeed, they appear to be quite difficult to get a hold of. Id., at 549.[13]. Id., at 580-581.

Ibid.

Dale's Boy Scout membership revoked after he came out as homosexual

Respondent is James Dale, a former Eagle Scout whose adult membership in the Boy Scouts was revoked when the Boy Scouts learned that he is an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist.

Along the way, he earned 25 merit badges, was admitted into the prestigious Order of the Arrow, and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout—an honor given to only three percent of all Scouts. The record reveals the following. We noted the "inherent expressiveness of marching [in a parade] to make a point," id., at 568, and in particular that GLIB was formed for the purpose of making a particular point about gay pride, id., at 561, 570.

In this same vein, Dale makes much of the claim that the Boy Scouts does not revoke the membership of heterosexual Scout leaders that openly disagree with the Boy Scouts' policy on sexual orientation. . See ibid. 1753, 1781-1783 (1996).

The majority holds that "[t]he presence of an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist in an assistant scoutmaster's uniform sends a distinc[t] .

Evan Wolfson argued the cause for respondent. . $("#sub0").append( pday ); Working 24/7, 100% Purchase "Boy Scouts of America v. More generally, the court ruled that a private organization such as the BSA may exclude a person from membership when "the presence of t… Boy Scouts of America v. Dale.

as Amicus Curiae 3 (describing views of the United Methodist Church, the Episcopal Church, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, and the Unitarian Universalist Association, all of whom reject discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation). Around the same time, Dale left home to attend Rutgers University. There is no shared goal or collective effort to foster a belief about homosexuality at all—let alone one that is significantly burdened by admitting homosexuals. The 1993 policy statement, in other words, was not based on any expressive activity or on any moral view about homosexuality. Even if BSA's right to associate argument fails, it nonetheless might have a First Amendment right to refrain from including debate and dialogue about homosexuality as part of its mission to instill values in Scouts. So in these cases, the associational interest in freedom of expression has *659 been set on one side of the scale, and the State's interest on the other. The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend for the races to mix.' . But "[t]he right to associate for expressive purposes is not .

of Oral Arg. New Jersey "prides itself on judging each individual by his or her merits" and on being "in the vanguard in the fight to eradicate the cancer of unlawful discrimination of all types from our society."

. Equally important is BSA's failure to adopt any clear position on homosexuality. [10] Runyon v. McCrary, 427 U.S. 160, 175-176 (1976) ("[T]he Court has recognized a First Amendment right `to engage in association for the advancement of beliefs and ideas .

The 1991 position statement stated that homosexual conduct was inconsistent with scouting values.

See Tr.

In 1989, he applied for adult membership in the Boy Scouts and was accepted as an assistant scoutmaster.

HAVEN’T FOUND ESSAY YOU WANT?

. See, e. g., Hurley, supra, at 571-572 (explaining the history of Massachusetts' public accommodations law); Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620, 627-629 (1996) (describing the evolution of public accommodations laws). To keep myself . intimate or private relationships . The New Jersey Supreme Court's construction of the statutory definition of a "place of public accommodation" has given its statute a more expansive coverage than most similar state statutes. . The Background of Boy Scouts of America v. Dale: Boy Scouts of America v. Dale was a landmark court case of the Supreme Court of the United States, which effectively overturned the New Jersey Supreme Court’s application of the New Jersey public accommodations law—a statute that forced the Boy Scouts of America to readmit assistant Scoutmaster James Dale. See supra, at 669-670. Reflection on the subject dictates that such an inquiry is required. .

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of Oral Arg. 2000). Id., at 27. Despite the solitary sentences in the 1991 and 1992 policies, the group continued to disclaim any single religious or moral position as a general matter and actively eschewed teaching any lesson on sexuality. App. He quickly became involved with, and eventually became the co-president of, the Rutgers University Lesbian Gay Alliance. First, we must determine whether the Boy Scouts engage in expressive association sufficient to give them First Amendment protection.

Indeed, it appears that homosexuality has gained greater societal acceptance. Shielding a litigant's claim from judicial scrutiny would, in turn, render civil rights legislation a nullity, and turn this important constitutional right into a farce. Whatever values BSA seeks to instill in Scouts, the idea that homosexuality is not "appropriate" appears entirely unconnected to, and is mentioned nowhere in, the myriad of publicly declared values and creeds of the BSA.

160 N. J., at 619-620, 734 A.2d, at 1227-1228.

He put it on himself and, indeed, he has continued to put it on himself."

the constitutionally protected liberty is at stake in a given case." .

For First Amendment principles to be implicated, the State must place the citizen in the position of either apparently or actually `asserting as true' the message." regularly engage in a variety of .

. Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186, 192 (1986). Angry About Who Counts as Equity Partner? [20] BSA cites three media interviews and Dale's affidavit to argue that he will openly advance a pro-gay agenda while being a Scoutmaster. The relevant passage reads: Nothing in that article, however, even remotely suggests that Dale would advocate any views on homosexuality to his troop. To meet these responsibilities we have made a commitment that our membership shall be representative of all the population in every community, district, and council." The court also determined that New Jersey has a compelling interest in eliminating "the destructive consequences of discrimination from our society," and that its public accommodations law abridges no more speech than is necessary to accomplish its purpose.

Sponsored by: FTI Consulting

We recognized in cases such as Roberts and Duarte that States have a compelling interest in eliminating discrimination against women in public accommodations.

"[1] The question in this case is whether that expansive *664 construction trenches on the federal constitutional rights of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).

Before Dale made his statement at Rutgers, the Scoutmaster of his troop did not know that he was gay.

See infra, at 678-685. Bd. v. Barnette, 319 U.S. 624 (1943), we recognized that the government may not "requir[e] affirmation of a belief and an attitude of mind," nor *689 "force an American citizen publicly to profess any statement of belief," even if doing so does not require the person to "forego any contrary convictions of their own." activities worthy of constitutional protection under the First Amendment," there was "no basis in the record for concluding that admission of women as full voting members will impede the organization's ability to engage in these protected activities or to disseminate its preferred views." . "[O]ne important manifestation of the principle of free speech is that one who chooses to speak may also decide `what not to say.' " Id., at 615. N. J. Stat.

La Follette, 450 U.S. 107, 124 (1981) ("[A]s is true of all expressions of First Amendment freedoms, the courts may not interfere on the ground that they view a particular expression as unwise or irrational"); see also Thomas v. Review Bd. Sign up to receive the Free Law Project newsletter with tips and announcements. A law prohibiting the destruction of draft cards only incidentally affects the free speech rights of those who happen to use a violation of that law as a symbol of protest. For example, a Scoutmaster may be a member of a religious group that encourages its followers to convert others to its faith. Though participating in the Scouts could itself conceivably send a message on some level, it is not the kind of act that we have recognized as speech.

In response, BSA sent him a second letter stating that the grounds for the decision "are the standards for leadership established by the Boy Scouts of America, which specifically forbid membership to homosexuals." 562, 571, 734 A.2d 1196, 1200 (1999).

[24] For John Doe to make a public statement of his sexual orientation to the newspapers may, of course, be a matter of great importance to John Doe. [13] BSA urged on brief that under the New Jersey Supreme Court's reading of the State's antidiscrimination law, "Boy Scout Troops would be forced to admit girls as members" and "Girl Scout Troops would be forced to admit boys." 457-458.

" 388 U.S., at 3. Sponsored by: FTI Consulting We agreed. Michael D. Silverman filed a brief for the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church et al. L. Rev.

It is only to say that the simple act of joining the Scouts—unlike joining a parade—is not inherently expressive. He continued: We are not, as we must not be, guided by our views of whether the Boy Scouts' teachings with respect to homosexual conduct are right or wrong; public or judicial disapproval of a tenet of an organization's expression does not justify the State's effort to compel the organization to accept members where such acceptance would derogate from the organization's expressive message. A. In that case, petitioners John Hurley and the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council ran a privately operated St. Patrick's Day parade. .

Id., at 66-67 (emphasis in original). As Justice Stevens explains, no group can claim a right of expressive association without identifying a clear position to be advocated over time in an unequivocal way. Roberts, 468 U. S., at 618.

Furthermore, the court concluded that reinstating Dale did not compel the Boy Scouts to express any message.

184.

I'm not hiding anything." " Id., at 541. But to come within its ambit, a group must engage in some form of expression, whether it be public or private. The majority holds that New Jersey's law violates BSA's right to associate and its right to free speech. And like Rotary Club, New Jersey's law "does not require [BSA] to abandon or alter any of" its activities. None of those statements even remotely supports that conclusion. The article included a picture of Dale that identified him as the co-president of the Lesbian Gay Alliance. The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. Each attorney is granted unlimited access to high quality, on-demand premium content from well-respected faculty in the legal industry along with administrative access to easily manage CLE for the entire team. Id., at 623-626. Id., at 567.

He can't take that banner off. .refer him to his. [5] All of them were *674 written and issued after BSA revoked Dale's membership. ← Judd v. United States Dist.

From the record evidence we have, it appears that they were not as readily available as the Boy Scout and Scoutmaster Handbooks; indeed, they appear to be quite difficult to get a hold of. Id., at 549.[13]. Id., at 580-581.

Ibid.

Dale's Boy Scout membership revoked after he came out as homosexual

Respondent is James Dale, a former Eagle Scout whose adult membership in the Boy Scouts was revoked when the Boy Scouts learned that he is an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist.

Along the way, he earned 25 merit badges, was admitted into the prestigious Order of the Arrow, and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout—an honor given to only three percent of all Scouts. The record reveals the following. We noted the "inherent expressiveness of marching [in a parade] to make a point," id., at 568, and in particular that GLIB was formed for the purpose of making a particular point about gay pride, id., at 561, 570.

In this same vein, Dale makes much of the claim that the Boy Scouts does not revoke the membership of heterosexual Scout leaders that openly disagree with the Boy Scouts' policy on sexual orientation. . See ibid. 1753, 1781-1783 (1996).

The majority holds that "[t]he presence of an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist in an assistant scoutmaster's uniform sends a distinc[t] .

Evan Wolfson argued the cause for respondent. . $("#sub0").append( pday ); Working 24/7, 100% Purchase "Boy Scouts of America v. More generally, the court ruled that a private organization such as the BSA may exclude a person from membership when "the presence of t… Boy Scouts of America v. Dale.

as Amicus Curiae 3 (describing views of the United Methodist Church, the Episcopal Church, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, and the Unitarian Universalist Association, all of whom reject discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation). Around the same time, Dale left home to attend Rutgers University. There is no shared goal or collective effort to foster a belief about homosexuality at all—let alone one that is significantly burdened by admitting homosexuals. The 1993 policy statement, in other words, was not based on any expressive activity or on any moral view about homosexuality. Even if BSA's right to associate argument fails, it nonetheless might have a First Amendment right to refrain from including debate and dialogue about homosexuality as part of its mission to instill values in Scouts. So in these cases, the associational interest in freedom of expression has *659 been set on one side of the scale, and the State's interest on the other. The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend for the races to mix.' . But "[t]he right to associate for expressive purposes is not .

of Oral Arg. New Jersey "prides itself on judging each individual by his or her merits" and on being "in the vanguard in the fight to eradicate the cancer of unlawful discrimination of all types from our society."

. Equally important is BSA's failure to adopt any clear position on homosexuality. [10] Runyon v. McCrary, 427 U.S. 160, 175-176 (1976) ("[T]he Court has recognized a First Amendment right `to engage in association for the advancement of beliefs and ideas .

The 1991 position statement stated that homosexual conduct was inconsistent with scouting values.

See Tr.

In 1989, he applied for adult membership in the Boy Scouts and was accepted as an assistant scoutmaster.

HAVEN’T FOUND ESSAY YOU WANT?

. See, e. g., Hurley, supra, at 571-572 (explaining the history of Massachusetts' public accommodations law); Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620, 627-629 (1996) (describing the evolution of public accommodations laws). To keep myself . intimate or private relationships . The New Jersey Supreme Court's construction of the statutory definition of a "place of public accommodation" has given its statute a more expansive coverage than most similar state statutes. . The Background of Boy Scouts of America v. Dale: Boy Scouts of America v. Dale was a landmark court case of the Supreme Court of the United States, which effectively overturned the New Jersey Supreme Court’s application of the New Jersey public accommodations law—a statute that forced the Boy Scouts of America to readmit assistant Scoutmaster James Dale. See supra, at 669-670. Reflection on the subject dictates that such an inquiry is required. .

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