Judge Says Videographers Can’t Cite Religion to Refuse Gay Weddings

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Angel and Carl Larsen, a Minnesota couple, had plans to expand their media production business into the lucrative wedding market. But not all weddings. The couple wanted to post a statement on their website saying they would not make films celebrating same-sex marriages, court documents said.

But with a ruling handed down in United States District Court in Minneapolis on Wednesday, the Larsens ran into a legal roadblock, as Judge John R. Tunheim said their plan would be like posting a sign saying “White Applicants Only.” The couple is appealing the ruling, according to the Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian nonprofit whose lawyers are representing the couple.

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