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"They said this woman is never going to teach in this school ever again."
Before being kicked out and into the rain they were called homophobic slurs and told, "I’m going to beat the life out of you," they say.
"Any freedom that we honor in this country has limits when it comes to harming other people.”
Ruling applies only to wedding invitations.
"We don’t do gay weddings or mixed race, because of our Christian race — I mean, our Christian belief.”
Student Says Principal Outed Several LGBTQ Students to Their Parents
The Supreme Court will hear three cases related to anti-LGBTQ discrimination on October 8.
"Taxpayer-funded discrimination in the name of religion. Period."
"This case is every bit about race and equality and marginalized populations."
The “equal time rule” does not apply to legitimate interviews.
"You don't need a piece of paper from me," Mayor Schmitt told LGBTQ residents.
Catholic Charities also told them not a single child, out of 700, were LGBT.