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This one's about flowers. After Monday's ruling in favor of a baker who wouldn't make a cake for a gay wedding, a Washington florist could be next on the docket. Barronelle Stutzman, center, a Richland, Washington, florist who was fined for denying service to a gay couple inis surrounded by supporters after a hearing before Washington's Supreme Court on Nov.
Timm After a narrow Supreme Court decision on Monday declined to offer clear legal precedent on bellveue businesses can refuse to offer services for gay weddings, a Washington florist could bring the issue back to the high court. On Monday, the court ruled that legal proceedings in Colorado had shown hostility when considering the Denver baker's religious views and said he could not be forced to bake a cake for a gay couple's wedding.
The opinion, however, was narrowly focused on that case and gave no indication how or whether marrieed court would rule in a similar case, creating an opening for the florist. Supreme Court rules in same-sex wedding cake case June 4, Last year, Washington state's Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Arlene's Flowers vs.
Washington that Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers and Gifts, violated state law when she refused to provide flowers for the wedding of two men inRobert Ingersoll and Curt Freed. She appealed the ruling to the U.
Supreme Court, which is deciding whether it will hear the case. ADF initially sought to consolidate the two cases and argue them in front of the Supreme Court together, but the court declined.
That threatens to take away everything she owns and has ever worked for. That is all Mrs.
Stuzman, a Southern Baptist, said providing the flowers would violate her religious beliefs and "her relationship with Jesus Christ. Phillips had said the same about his wedding cakes. In Monday's Supreme Court ruling, Justice Anthony Kennedy suggested that future cases would be necessary to settle the broader debate between religious rights and discrimination. bellevud