Gay Rights vs. 1st Amendment:
Should a Business Owner Be Able to Refuse Service to Gay People Based on Religious Belief?

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When a business owner in Colorado refused to bake a cake for a same-sex couple that had recently married, the courts got involved. A Colorado judge ruled that the business owner discriminated against the gay couple and ordered the bakery to “cease and desist” or future fines would be imposed.

PersonalLiberty.com, America's #1 news site for independent-minded individuals, is conducting an urgent poll to see if you believe the 1st Amendment rights of business owners should protect them if they choose not to serve someone because of religious reasons.

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1) Do you think a business owner should be able to refuse service to someone because they do not approve of their sexual orientation?


2) Are you for or against same-sex marriage?


3) With which political party do you most closely align philosophically?





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