Artist Banned from Publically Disagreeing with Gay Marriage
September 21, 2016
The government in Colorado is forbidding a Colorado artist to dissent from the government's definition of marriage. A state law forces Lorie Smith to use her graphics arts studio, called 303 Creative, to promote same-sex weddings. The law prohibits Smith from publically citing her faith as a reason to decline her web-design services to same-sex weddings.
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