Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Christian Florist Who Refused to Make Arrangements for Gay Wedding Request Court to Dismiss Lawsuit

Christian florist, Barronelle Stutzman has been going through this trial for over a year now.  We don't know if you recall, but we've been covering this story since it started.  Stutzman is one of the Christian business owners who has been dealing with this issue of gay marriage when she refuse to service for a gay wedding.  She has been allegedly sued ever since, but now ask judge to dismiss the lawsuit

According to, the motion claims the suit was filed "based on an unprecedented interpretation of the Washington Law Against Discrimination…and the Consumer Protection Act." It also says the suit should be dismissed "for lack of primary jurisdiction, failure to exhaust administrative remedies as required by law, and lack of standing."

In the meantime, we will keep Barronelle Stutzman in our prayers.

Florist Who Refused to Make Arrangements for Same-Sex Wedding Asks Court to Dismiss Lawsuit

By Jeff Schapiro, Christian Post Reporter

Attorneys for a Christian florist in Washington who refused to create floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding ceremony have asked a court to dismiss the state attorney general's lawsuit against her.

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed the suit against Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers in Richland, in April. But Stutzman's attorneys, including those from Alliance Defending Freedom, filed a motion in...Read full article, here.



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