Thursday, August 22, 2013

Federal Judges Rule 1st Amendment Does Not Protect Freedom Of Religion

These business owners were ordered to violate their faith or go out of business...

(WND) Justices on the New Mexico Supreme Court have ruled that the First Amendment does not protect the beliefs of Christians, and owners of a photography company in that state must violate their faith in order to continue to do business.

"The Huguenins today can no more turn away customers on the basis of sexual orientation – photographing a same-sex marriage ceremony – than they could refuse to photograph African-Americans or Muslims," the opinion from the court said.

"All of which, I assume, is little comfort to the Huguenins, who now are compelled by law to compromise the very religious beliefs that inspire their lives. Though the rule of law requires it, the result is sobering. It will no doubt leave a tangible mark on the Huguenins and others of similar views."

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1 comment:

  1. New Mexico Supreme Court Judges are not Federal judges, rather NM state judges. This ruling will have to be appealed to the US Supreme Court to real federal judges to ensure 1st amendment rights are not squandered in NM.


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