You’re in a conversation about marriage and religious freedom and someone says, “Discrimination is illegal.
It doesn’t matter if you oppose same-sex marriage, you have to bake the cake.”
What would you say?
Even before the Supreme Court redefined marriage, some states and cities passed laws making sexual orientation a protected class.
Today, some believe these laws require florists, bakers, and photographers to participate
in same-sex weddings.
Is this true?
Now that same-sex marriage is the law of the land, does that mean wedding businesses must participate in same-sex weddings?
In most places, the answer is no.
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