Christian Artists Face Prison for Refusing to Make Gay Wedding Invitations

December 7, 2016

Two Christian business owners in Arizona are facing possible prison time and a $2,500 fine for refusing to make invitations for a same-sex wedding.
 
Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski own Brush & Nib Studio, a stationery company that makes invitations for different events, including weddings.  They are being accused of violating a Phoenix ordinance that protects homosexuals from discrimination.

Read more at: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2016/december/christian-artists-face-prison-for-refusing-to-make-gay-wedding-invitations


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