Nondiscrimination Policies Represent the Secular Creed of the Progressive Church
Over on the homepage I wrote today about the Washington Supreme Court's dreadful decision imposing personal liability on a florist for refusing to help celebrate a gay wedding. As I wrote, it struck me that the way you think about the case likely depends on how you answer a simple question: Who should control your business? If you think that a business fundamentally belongs to a person -- and not the state -- then you're more likely to believe that the state can and should restrict your right to operate your business as you see fit only when it has
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