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U.S. Supreme Court leans towards web dressmaker with anti-homosexual marriage stance

U.S. Supreme Court leans towards web dressmaker with anti-homosexual marriage stance

By Andrew Chung and Nate Raymond WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will hear arguments in a serious case pitting LGBT rights against a claim that the constitutional appropriate to free speech exempts artists from anti-discrimination laws in a dispute inviting an evangelical…
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