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04/07/2014

BREAKING: SCOTUS won't hear 'I want to discriminate against gay clients' case

by Jeremy Hooper

The U.S. Supreme Court just denied cert in the Elane Photography case:

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Lower court stands. Good news for gay couples who deserve fair treatment in public accommodations; bad news for those discriminatory photographers who are not good enough actors to fake being all booked up whenever a same-sex couple makes a service request.

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