A conservative legal firm is claiming victory after a Wisconsin court is slated to rule that a Christian photographer cannot be forced by the government to offer her services for same-sex wedding ceremonies.  Dane County Circuit Court said at a hearing on Tuesday that photographer Amy Lawson and her business Amy Lynn Photography won’t be subject to city and state laws that would require her to provide services for gay nuptials. The fact that Lynn doesn’t have a storefront helped

contribute to the court’s allowance, though the Wisconsin State Journal reported that Madison and state officials also agreed at the hearing that Lawson isn’t bound by the law due to having no physical location.It’s a resolution that came after Lawson sued over laws in the state as well as the city of Madison, claiming that public accommodation regulations violated her religious beliefs by potentially forcing her to create content that touts issues with which she disagrees; CONTINUE