Christian Florist Charged with breaking “Anti-Discrimination laws”

A Washington state florist who refused to provide services for a same-sex wedding in 2013 broke the state’s antidiscrimination law, the state’s Supreme Court ruled. Barronelle Stutzman, a florist in the town of Richland, said she was exercising her First Amendment rights. Her lawyers promised that they would ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the decision. Stutzman had previously sold the couple flowers and knew they were gay. However, Stutzman told them that

she couldn’t provide flowers for their wedding because same-sex marriage was incompatible with her Christian beliefs. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and the couple sued her, saying she broke state anti-discrimination and consumer protection laws, and the lower court agreed. The state’s nine high court justices upheld that verdict. READ MORE

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1 Comment on "Christian Florist Charged with breaking “Anti-Discrimination laws”"

  1. Why didn’t the gay couple go to another florist ??? How difficult would that have been ??? But no the gay couple had to sue her because she as a long time Christian American local business owner refused to sell flowers to them !!! Here’s a thought GO TO ANOTHER FLORIST !!!! The local business owners is what built this great nation of ours !!! Selfish people !!!

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