Court tells Phoenix it can't enforce its 'criminal' law

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    "The rights of free speech and free exercise, so precious to this nation since its founding, are not limited to soft murmurings behind the doors of a person's home or church, or private conversations with like-minded friends and family. These guarantees protect the right of every American to express their beliefs in public. This includes the right to create and sell words, paintings, and art that express a person's sincere religious beliefs. With these fundamental principles in mind, today we hold that the city of Phoenix…cannot apply its Human Relations Ordinance…to force Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski…to create custom wedding invitations celebrating same-sex wedding ceremonies in violation of their sincerely held religious beliefs."

    Excellent. Well said.

    City banned from forcing artists to promote gay weddings - WND
     
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    I'll say it again. Deciding you are gay is your choice, not a right to be forced upon others. The Federal U.S. Code which is THE LAW OF THE LAND DEFINES what a MARRIAGE is.

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    If you are a gay couple and want to remain legally united, fine, but you are not married under federal law nor do you have the right to FORCE others to accept your lifestyle any more than others have a right to force theirs onto you.
     
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