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WASHINGTON– The Supreme court is of the order of Washington courts to take a new look at the case of a florist who refused services for the wedding of two men because of their religious objections to same-sex marriage.
The judges’ means to Monday, that court is over for now, to decide whether the entrepreneur can refuse on religious grounds to comply with anti-discrimination laws that protect LGBT people.
The is facing the same Problem, but in the end ignored, in the recent decision in favor of the Colorado baker who was also objected to, the same-sex marriage for religious reasons.
The court said in the case of Colorado, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission expressed anti-religious bias in violation of the bakers ‘ constitutional rights. Washington courts florist is the case, check for similar problems.
It is not clear from the documents that the Washington Supreme Court evaluates Stutzman’s case is different than in the light of the Colorado judgment.
There are no comparable allegations that the bias affected the state court decisions, and Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said the recent Supreme court ruling has no impact on the proceedings against Baronelle Stutzman and her Arlene’s flowers Shop in Richland, Washington.
But the Alliance defending freedom senior counsel Kristen Waggoner, who represents Stutzman, said Ferguson, “to punish pursued unprecedented measures Barronelle not only in their capacity as owners of a company, but also in their personal capacity.”