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“Privately owned businesses offering a non-essential (codified in law) product or service should be able to deny that product or service based on religious beliefs which they have demonstrably adhered (one could sue if they showed the business or it's owners have not applied their religious views uniformly or the religion is not recognized).”

From a Constitution in Jefferson, GA
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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