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Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim
Nov 9th, 2019 at 3:13am
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Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim



By: Kharen Martinez Murcia
November 8, 2019

On Nov. 1, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in favor of Christian print-shop owner Blaine Adamson, who was sued for refusing to print “gay-pride” T-shirts for the Lexington Pride Festival. 

According to the opinion of the court, written by Justice Laurance B. VanMeter, “[T]his matter must be dismissed because the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO,) the original party to bring this action before the Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, lacked statutory standing to assert a claim against Hands On Originals under the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government.”

The court ruled (6-0) that GLSO had no standing because under discrimination law in Kentucky, such claims can only be filed by individuals and not organizations. GLSO lost at the initial trial, the appeals court and now at the supreme court.

The case was filed in 2012, when the GLSO, a pro-LGBT group,  requested that Adamson’s business, Hands On Originals, print T-shirts with a message that Adamson says conflicted with his beliefs. The message was, “Lexington Pride Festival 5,” in reference to the 5th anniversary of the city’s gay “pride” event.

Adamson declined the request and directed the GLSO to another local business that would print the T-shirts for the same price. The GLSO ultimately got the T-shirts from the other company free of charge.

Blaine serves everyone, he just doesn’t print all messages,” said Jim Campbell, senior counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Adamson.

“In fact, Blaine has printed materials for a lesbian musician who performed at Lexington’s 2012 Pride Festival,” said Campbell.


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Re: Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim
Reply #1 - Nov 9th, 2019 at 7:23am
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Very good decision, imo.  If a decision by a business is made based on the religious values of the business owners, negatively affects the finances of the business, the the owners have to accept that.  If the decision doesn't negatively affect the finances of the business and the business thrives, then LGBT has to accept that.  Fair and square. 

What part of our Constitution did LGBT base its lawsuit on?
  
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Re: Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim
Reply #2 - Nov 9th, 2019 at 7:38am
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stu_gatze wrote on Nov 9th, 2019 at 3:13am:
Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim

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By: Kharen Martinez Murcia
November 8, 2019

On Nov. 1, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in favor of Christian print-shop owner Blaine Adamson, who was sued for refusing to print “gay-pride” T-shirts for the Lexington Pride Festival. 

According to the opinion of the court, written by Justice Laurance B. VanMeter, “[T]his matter must be dismissed because the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization (GLSO,) the original party to bring this action before the Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, lacked statutory standing to assert a claim against Hands On Originals under the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government.”

The court ruled (6-0) that GLSO had no standing because under discrimination law in Kentucky, such claims can only be filed by individuals and not organizations. GLSO lost at the initial trial, the appeals court and now at the supreme court.

The case was filed in 2012, when the GLSO, a pro-LGBT group,  requested that Adamson’s business, Hands On Originals, print T-shirts with a message that Adamson says conflicted with his beliefs. The message was, “Lexington Pride Festival 5,” in reference to the 5th anniversary of the city’s gay “pride” event.

Adamson declined the request and directed the GLSO to another local business that would print the T-shirts for the same price. The GLSO ultimately got the T-shirts from the other company free of charge.

Blaine serves everyone, he just doesn’t print all messages,” said Jim Campbell, senior counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Adamson.

“In fact, Blaine has printed materials for a lesbian musician who performed at Lexington’s 2012 Pride Festival,” said Campbell.


MORE>https://www.cnsnews.com/article/national/kharen-martinez-murcia/kentucky-supreme...


What a bunch of f*gs.

They knew the place would not print them. Trouble makers looking for some cash.
  

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Re: Kentucky Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christian T-Shirt Shop, Rejects LGBT Claim
Reply #3 - Nov 9th, 2019 at 7:41am
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crepe05 wrote on Nov 9th, 2019 at 7:23am:
Very good decision, imo.  If a decision by a business is made based on the religious values of the business owners, negatively affects the finances of the business, the the owners have to accept that.  If the decision doesn't negatively affect the finances of the business and the business thrives, then LGBT has to accept that.  Fair and square. 

What part of our Constitution did LGBT base its lawsuit on?


The left treat lgbt like they're not human. They scam the system and use their mental disability to hurt others or make some cash just like normal people.
  

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