REPORT: Minnesota AG Keith Ellison Rips into Religious Freedom
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Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is vowing to fight a court’s ruling that upheld the right of wedding videographers to create videos in keeping with their faith beliefs about marriage.
In an op-ed at the StarTribune last week, Ellison tore into the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which recently ruled in favor of St. Cloud Christian videographers Carl and Angel Larsen. The couple claimed the right to create videos that are consistent with their faith beliefs about marriage between one man and one woman.
The article goes on to state the following:
Ellison announced he will go back to trial to prove “LGBTQ discrimination is not free speech,” he said, as he accused the Larsens of using their faith beliefs as a front to be able to discriminate against LGBT individuals.
Everyone deserves to live w dignity & respect but a St Cloud business wants a license to discriminate against LGBTQ folk & the 8th Circuit said that’s ok. Appealing to SCOTUS right now is a trap so I’m going back to district court to fight for what’s right https://t.co/25bVGl0BiU
— Attorney General Keith Ellison (@AGEllison) October 2, 2019
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