Write and wrong: Calligraphers face jail

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With all the court rulings recently protecting speech, and especially religious speech, unresolved cases still remain.

One is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to overturn a Phoenix law controlling the speech of artists, specifically two Christians who run a calligraphy company.

An appeal has been filed with the high court by the Alliance Defending Freedom on behalf of Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski, who run Brush & Nib Studio.

The women face up to six months in jail if they refuse to promote same-sex marriages with their business.

But doing so, the explain, would violate their freedom of artistic expression and constitutional right


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