Christian Bakery Closed for Refusing Lesbian Wedding Cake Breaks Record on Crowdfunding Site With $352,000
July 20, 2015
Aaron and Melissa Klein, Christians and former owners of a bakery in Oregon who were ordered by a judge to pay a fine of $135,000 for declining to bake a cake for a lesbian marriage ceremony, have set a record on a crowdfunding site by raising $352,500 in two months, after their campaign was shut down by another site.
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