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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that anti-discrimination laws cannot force business owners to provide certain services, such as creating wedding invitations, to same-sex couples. [Read More]
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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Sept. 16 that the city of Phoenix cannot use a criminal law to compel two artists to produce custom wedding... [Read More]
A 2013 Phoenix law that adds "sexual orientation, gender identity or expression" to the city's nondiscrimination ordinance violated the freedom of speech and religious beliefs... [Read More]
The city of Phoenix cannot compel an art studio owned by two Christians to design wedding invitations for same-sex couples, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled... [Read More]
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A pair of Christian artists can't be forced by the city government of Phoenix to make invitations for same-sex marriages, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday. [Read More]
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled on a case challenging Phoenix's nondiscrimination ordinance and how it applies to LGBTQ couples.       ... [Read More]
The recent ruling could have national implications. [Read More]
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The Supreme Court says its ruling is limited to only the creation of custom wedding invitations by Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski and isn't a... [Read More]
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The free speech rights of two Christian artists who make wedding invitations were violated by an anti-discrimination ordinance in Phoenix that makes it illegal to... [Read More]
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Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski, who run Brush & Nib Studio, potentially faced $2,500 in fines and six months in jail for violating Phoenix's 2013... [Read More]
A 2013 Phoenix law that adds "sexual orientation, gender identity or expression" to the city's nondiscrimination ordinance violated the freedom of speech and... [Read More]
A 2013 Phoenix law that adds "sexual orientation, gender identity or expression" to the city's nondiscrimination ordinance violated the freedom of speech and religious beliefs... [Read More]
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Monday morning, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor 4-3 that business owners can refuse service to same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs. [Read More]
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The Arizona Court of Appeals has previously ruled that while the ordinance may have an incidental effect on free speech, its main purpose is to... [Read More]
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Anti-discrimination laws do not trump the rights of business owners to refuse to provide certain services to gays, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday. [Read More]
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For what may be the first time, the Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court will come to Bisbee High School to hear arguments in two... [Read More]
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The free speech rights of two Christian artists who make wedding invitations were violated by an anti-discrimination ordinance in Phoenix that makes it illegal to... [Read More]
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The free speech rights of two Christian artists who make wedding invitations were violated by an anti-discrimination ordinance in Phoenix that makes it illegal to... [Read More]
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In a 4-3 opinion, Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of Breanna Koski and Joanna Duka, the owners of Brush & Nib Studio, writing that the... [Read More]
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Artists will not be forced to create custom wedding invitations for same-sex couples, according to the Arizona Supreme Court on Monday. [Read More]
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