We still don't know, thanks to SCOTUS's masterclass in needle-threading:


Conservatives all over the US are losing their shit over AP/CNN/CNBC/etc headlines & articles describing a 7-2 verdict as a "narrow ruling", which was def. an avoidable and unnecessary self-own from established news outlets who should've known how their readers would interpret that phrasing.

Afaict the ruling is very narrow in scope and not really useful for establishing a clear general precedent wrt the legality of denying service on the basis of religiously motivated antipathy toward a protected class, or, more generally, wrt how to untangle this particular kind of clash between different constitutional protections.