A New Mexico photography company refused to photograph a same-sex wedding because of its owners’ religious beliefs and argued its right to free speech defended it against claims that it broke a state antidiscrimination law. The case received national attention when Arizona’s Legislature passed a bill, which was ultimately vetoed, that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to anyone based on religious beliefs. A New Mexico Supreme Court ruling against the company will stand.
www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/07/us-usa-court-fr…40407

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