Protecting Religious Liberty in N.M.
There is a “growing notion,” says Alliance Defense Fund attorney Jordan Lorence, that “if you believe marriage is only between a man and woman, you cannot operate your business like that.”
Lorence is on the front line of the latest battle to preserve religious liberty. New Mexico’s Human Rights Commission found his clients, a husband-and-wife photography team, guilty of sexual-orientation discrimination for refusing to photograph a same-sex “commitment ceremony.” Last month, the N.M. Court of Appeals upheld the ruling.
I detail this latest assault on conscience rights in my piece today.