Arizona court sides with religious liberty advocates in same-sex wedding dispute

Arizona court sides with religious liberty advocates in same-sex wedding dispute

The free speech rights of two Christian artists who make wedding invitations were violated by an anti-discrimination ordinance in Phoenix that makes it illegal to refuse service to same-sex couples for religious reasons, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Chris
Chris
porcus
porcus 4 months

How many times is this Left activism going to be smacked down by the courts before they stop? #bakethedamncake

Brandon Spears
Brandon Spears 4 months

Ok let's use an example because I'm very curious of people's answers, let's say someone started a religion that does not support any sales, medical treatment, or marriage of black people including interracial marriages. Would this religion be justified if they cited religious liberty to not be able to sell products, treat, or bake wedding cakes for black people? I really really want to know your answer and why (think hard now and be careful of what you're arguing for)

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