Ruling goes against Phoenix artists; appeal planned

June 8, 2018

The case involves Brush & Nib Studio in Phoenix. Owners Joana Duka and Breana Koski create hand-drawn invitations, paintings, and signs for weddings, businesses, and everyday moments. The problem? The Arizona capital has an ordinance that says Duka and Koski have to provide the same artwork for same-sex" weddings" – something the ladies say violates their deeply held religious beliefs.

Read more at: https://onenewsnow.com/legal-courts/2018/06/08/ruling-goes-against-phoenix-artists-appeal-planned



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