In August 2022, RBGG filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of former U.S. Representative Tony Coelho, a principal author of the ADA, and a coalition of ten disability rights organizations. The brief is available here. RBGG’s brief asks the U.S. Supreme Court to decide that the Colorado’s Antidiscrimination law does not violate the First Amendment right to free speech of website designer who refused to design a wedding website because she disapproves of same sex marriages. RBGG’s brief urges the Court to hold that the website designer and her company are a public accommodation that should be subject to the anti-discrimination constraints of the Colorado law. We marshalled examples of cases in which discriminators asserted or could assert the same defense to applying the ADA and similar state and local disability rights laws to a range of arguably artistic and other public accommodations. RBGG’s team on the brief included Sanford Jay Rosen, Tom Nolan and Michael Nunez.