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Photographer Elaine Huguenin politely declined to photo a gay wedding and was ordered to appear before the New Mexico Human Rights Commission even though a replacement photographer had been hired.
The Commission ruled that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act exemption for religion did not apply to any business open to the public and the state supreme court concurred.
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Sunday’s race was stained by another in a long series of spectacular, multi-car wrecks at NASCAR’s biggest track.
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Almost as difficult as Stenhouse’s ride to victory lane was that of his father, Ricky Stenhouse Sr.The Supreme Court is expected to rule that defining marriage to be only between one man and one woman denies equal protection under the law and is therefore unconstitutional.The court could even rule that opposition to same-sex rights is generally discriminatory under the civil rights laws. Those with religious objections will be expected to forget about it and get on with their lives. When Barronelle Stutzman, the Southern Baptist owner of Arlene’s Flowers, was asked to cater a gay wedding in Washington state, she held hands with the customer, pleaded she could not religiously attend such a function, and referred the customer to three other florists.Simply: Television has never seen anything like it.While last year (finally) delivered a slew of scripted stories starring people of color (The three Bordelon siblings alone provide quite a few “shades,” as Winfrey put it, figuratively and literally: There’s the estranged NBA wife, Charley, played by Dawn-Lyen Gardner; journalist-slash-healer Nova, played by alum Rutina Wesley; and formerly incarcerated single father Ralph Angel, portrayed by (budding heartthrob) Kofi Siriboe.
— NASCAR left Talladega Superspeedway Sunday night with a new race winner, a junkyard of crumpled race cars and a boost from a relatively large crowd on a pleasant, sunny day. After all the troubles, all the doubts, all the whispers at the back of garage stalls, the Mississippi driver showed skill and persistence in dueling with and passing Kyle Busch to score his first Cup victory. He frantically tried several avenues — including climbing a fence — to get into the track and to victory lane before being stopped by security personnel.