Blog Post- How Much More Evidence Do We Need?

Is the First Amendment dead? Probably the first case that we heard about was that of New Mexico’s Elane Photography. The Christian husband/wife business owners had turned away a lesbian couple who wanted them to photograph their same-sex commitment ceremony. Homosexual “marriage” was illegal in New Mexico at the time of the lesbians’ request, but the legislature had added “sexual orientation” to the state’s anti-discrimination laws. Thus, the road had been created for the discrimination complaint against the photographers to be filed with the New Mexico Civil Rights Commission. That was back in 2006.

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