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Conservatives react to Supreme Court response to Christian bakers, gay wedding case

Conservatives react to Supreme Court response to Christian bakers, gay wedding case

Family Research Council

Family Research Council president Tony Perkins gives the 2016 State of the Family Address at FRC's office in Washington D.C. on Jan. 11, 2016. | (Photo: The Christian Post/Samuel Smith)

The conservative advocacy group the Family Research Council supported the order, labeling it “the next best thing” when compared to a possible United States Supreme Court ruling in their favor.

“Of course, the activist judges trying to wipe out the Kleins' lifesavings could also come back with the same result — but for now, the Supreme Court's move puts the family's $135,000 fine on hold,” stated the FRC.

“It also gives Oregon a chance to reconsider its vicious attack against freedom and spare state officials the ultimate embarrassment of being overturned by the Supreme Court in the next couple of years. At the very least, it's a hopeful sign that the justices see the Masterpiece case as a guidepost for deciding these important suits.”

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