Another win for religious freedom! No one should be forced to do something they find morally objectionable.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) announced a victory Friday for its client Blaine Adamson.
“The Kentucky Court of Appeals upheld Blaine’s freedom to operate his business consistent with his faith,” said Jim Campbell, Adamson’s attorney with ADF. ADF is a Christian non-profit law firm.
Adamson owns a printing shop in Lexington, Kentucky. In 2012, the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO) requested t-shirts for a pride parade. Adamson declined the order based on his Christian beliefs. He referred GLSO to another shop that would make the t-shirts for the same price.
GLSO filed a discrimination complaint with a local human rights commission. Since then Adamson has faced a constant legal battle.
Campbell insists Adamson didn’t discriminate. “Blaine prints for all people, but he can’t print all messages,” he said in a Facebook live video Friday.
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