Flour power isn’t sweet on gay marriage; bakeries snub same-sex couples’ weddings

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Critics dismiss those examples as publicity stunts. Nicolle Martin, an attorney representing Mr. Phillips, said a court ruling against her client would “force him to choose between his conscience and a paycheck.”

“We don’t believe that this is a case about commerce,” Ms. Martin told The Associated Press. “At its heart, this is a case about conscience.”

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