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“"A Business" cannot be the purveyor of belief. Nor should a business be an extension of the owners beliefs unless said purpose of the business is clearly delineated as being a provider of religious services\products and having been created under the legal guise of being a religious entity. If you own a business with the intent to provide services to customers(people will and able to pay for said services in exchange for monetary compensation) then that is what is to be rendered; nothing less and nothing more than.”

From a Democrat in Secaucus, NJ
In reponse to: Should a business be able to deny service to a customer if the request conflicts with the owner’s religious beliefs?

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