- Jun 4, 2004
No, it's a matter of public accommodation. If you open a licensed business to the public, you have a legal requirement to serve the public without disparate treatment.
That’s why a Christian cake maker has the right to sign a contract with the government and receive a public accommodation license but then not meet the requirements they legally agreed to.
Sort of like mortgage interest. I’m sure UC agrees that the Bible has a dim view of usury. So Christians should have every right to sign a mortgage and then have the government protect them from having to make interest payments that violate their freedom of religion.
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