The court's ambiguous rulings have induced much head-scratching.
The florist had been given a fine due to breaking Washington State's antidiscrimination laws.
The decision by the high court to not hear a challenge to Grimm by his former school district cements an earlier ruling supporting trans students.
LGBTQ+ advocates are relieved the court didn't establish a broad right to discriminate, but some call the decision troubling.
The ruling applies to the city of Philadelphia's contract with Catholic Social Services to provide foster care certifications.
The case revolves around whether a Catholic foster care agency contracting with the city of Philadelphia has to follow the city's antidiscrimination law.
California banned state-funded travel to Texas over an anti-LGBTQ+ Lone Star State law, leading Texas AG Ken Paxton to sue, but the Supreme Court won't take the case.