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Florist pays $5,000 to settle case that tried to force her to violate Christian faith

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Barronelle Stutzman

Barronelle Stutzman

A florist in Washington state has agreed to pay $5,000 to settle a years-long court case that was triggered by her decision not to violate her Christian faith and support a same-sex duo with her artistic talent, a case that has gone through the U.S. Supreme Court multiple times.

The Alliance Defending Freedom, which worked on behalf of Barronelle Stutzman, of Arlene’s Flowers, said the payment will go to the two men who sued her for declining to provide them with services for a same-sex ceremony.

The agreement ends the years-long fight in which LGBT promoters demanded that Stutzman abandon her Christian faith to serve them.

In fact, the ACLU, which took the legal action on behalf of Robert Ingersoll and Curt Freed, bragged that the conclusion left “in place the two unanimous decisions from the Washington Supreme Court that the Constitution does not grant a license to discriminate against LGBTQ people.”

The suggestion in the statement is that the Constitution then allows homosexuals to force Christians to violate their faith, but that state court ruling conflicts with other courts that already have decided similar cases.

In fact, in another situation, the Supreme Court ruled that Colorado baker Jack Phillips could not be forced by a state that demonstrated “hostility” to Christianity to provide a wedding c

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