Laws mandating same-sex accommodations threaten 1st Amendment, filing argues


The Pacific Legal Foundation, a veteran victor in multiple property and civil rights fights that have gone all the way to the Supreme Court, is sounding off on the fight that has developed between the state of Oregon and Aaron and Melissa Klein.

They were forced to close their bakery when officials in the state imposed a fine of $135,000 on them for their refusal to violate their constitutionally protected religious faith and create a wedding cake for a same-sex duo.

The PLF notes the First Amendment issues that are involved in the case, but warns in its filing with


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