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A Wisconsin Judge Builds the Case for Religious Freedom

A Wisconsin Judge Builds the Case for Religious Freedom

A Wisconsin court has ruled that evangelical Christian photographer Amy Lawson is exempt from a local ordinance in Madison that would have forced her to work gay weddings, because she does not have a physical storefront.

Alliance Defending Freedom, which earlier in August said that it was expecting the court to issue such a preliminary injunction in the case, revealed that Dane County Circuit Court issued the order on Wednesday, confirming that Lawson is not subject to a city and state "sexual orientation" and "political affiliation" ordinance.

ADF Digital Content Specialist Sarah Kramer noted that Lawson's lack of a physical storefront has made her exempt from the ordinance.

Read more at: http://www.christianpost.com/news/christian-photographer-cant-be-forced-to-work-gay-weddings-wis-court-rules-196832/

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