Source: The Stream
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld Blaine Adamson’s “freedom to operate his business consistent with his faith.”
Adamson owns a printing shop, Hands on Original, in Kentucky. A few years back, the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO) ordered t-shirts for a gay pride parade. Adamson told GLSO that he could not complete the order due to his Christian beliefs, and then referred them to another shop that would make the t-shirts for the same price. GLSO filed a complaint with the local human rights commission.
Adamson has since been in a legal fight that he is winning, but the battle might not be won — the case could still be appealed to the state supreme court.