WA Flower Shop Owner’s Case Returns To Supreme Court
A Washington Floral Shop Owner is back in the news as she is asking the Washington Supreme Court to respect her freedom of expression and Religion.
The lawsuit stems from a 2013 discrimination where Baronelle Stutzman, a florist, denied making a flower arrangement for a gay couple's wedding.
Stutzman managed to get the case all the way to the United States Supreme Court and the Court vacated the judgment from the Washington Supreme Court and ruled she was in her rights.
The case is now back at the Washington Supreme Court but appears that the Washington Supreme Court will still uphold its original ruling on the case. The State Supreme Court has come under fire over the last few years for it's controversial rulings in a number of cases, not just this one.
We'll keep you updated on the case as it unfolds. You can get more details on the case here.