The US Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by Christian photographer Elaine Huguenin that providing services to a same sex marriage would violate her rights to conscientious objections.
quote : “The justices on Monday left in place a state Supreme Court ruling that said Elane Photography violated a state anti-discrimination law when it refused to work for a same-sex couple who wanted pictures of their commitment ceremony”. end quote
The implication of the ruling is that christians in the USA – the Land in which Sodomy rights are the chief rights – must provide goods and services in support of behaviours which go against their consciences – behaviours associated with “same sex ” marriage and ” gay pride” events.
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Supreme Court Declines To Hear New Mexico Gay Wedding Photography Case
Posted: 04/07/2014 10:16 am EDT Updated: 04/07/2014 10:59 am EDT Print ArticleGAY WEDDING
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has turned down an appeal from a commercial photography business in New Mexico that objects to taking pictures of same-sex wedding ceremonies.
The justices on Monday left in place a state Supreme Court ruling that said Elane Photography violated a state anti-discrimination law when it refused to work for a same-sex couple who wanted pictures of their commitment ceremony.
Elane Photography co-owner Elaine Huguenin said taking the photos would violate her religious beliefs. She said she also has a right of artistic expression under the First Amendment that allows her to choose what pictures to take, or refrain from taking.
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