Originally Posted by Tom
I was told that the case of the Christian Oregon Baker who refused to cater a gay wedding went to court and the judge ordered the baker to pay 135k to the couple.

My question, is should they pay it?
What other recourse do they have?

Would you pay the $135,000 punishment order?

1. The question first to be answered by you is... what do you mean by "should"? Is your question one of morals or one of legality?

2. They have the right to appeal. And IF there is a lawyer/legal firm willing to take the case pro bono, then it should go to the Supreme Court where they might prevail because the First Amendment (freedom of religion) takes precedence over the hurt feelings or claim of prejudice or whatever the alleged "offended" parties insist they suffered.

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