One attorney says a New Mexico couple will stand on their faith, regardless of losing the latest court ruling concerning their refusal to photograph a lesbian couple’s “commitment ceremony” six years ago.
As reported earlier on OneNewsNow, the New Mexico Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling from the New Mexico Human Rights Commission that Elaine and Jon Huguenin of Elane Photography were guilty of “sexual orientation” discrimination against a lesbian pair who wanted their commitment ceremony photographed in 2006. That ruling was based on the state’s anti-discrimination laws.
“I think this case illustrates a disturbing trend that we’re seeing in general, which is a shrinking of religious liberty and [a shrinking] of the area in which we can act on our religious convictions to only the four walls of our homes or the four walls of our churches,” warns Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council (FRC).
Read More at onenewsnow.com. By Charlie Butts.
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