WA State Supreme Court Punishes Florist for Operating Business According to her Religious Beliefs

In a much anticipated decision Washington state florist Barronelle Stutzman was punished today by the Supreme Court of the State of Washington for operating her business peacefully and lovingly according to her firmly and sincerely held religious beliefs. Barronelle is a 72 yea-old grandmother who operates her business, Arlene’s Flowers.…

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California’s New AG Xavier Becerra: First Amendment Rights Not For Organizations

SACRAMENTO – Governor Jerry Brown swore into office today a new state attorney general who doesn’t think the religious liberty protections in the First Amendment apply to organizations. Xavier Becerra made the comments in an Assembly confirmation hearing earlier this month in response to questions from Assemblyman James Gallagher, who…

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