They want the state to follow its own constitution and return them to their jobs with an acknowledgment that they are not required to perform weddings for same-sex duos. Possible suspension, removal from office and criminal counts, the office warned.The North Carolina office for the court system had said, “Magistrates should begin immediately conducting marriages of all couples presenting a marriage license issued by the register of deeds. But the state constitution protects who live by their faith, their case notes.“Well, folks, as we predicted, it didn’t take long for the ugly face of the homosexual movement to present itself.
They knew they would be targeted by regulations in their state of Iowa if they continued, so they shut off wedding services, and their business dried up.
“We can’t pretend it’s going to get better,” Betty Odgaard said.
“There wasn’t enough business.” They’re hoping the Gortz Haus eventually will be a church again “That would be the most wonderful option,” Betty said The mechanic WND reported when a business that previously was targeted with “‘mere’ death threats” for the owner’s public opposition to homosexual behavior was vandalized.
According to a report in USA Today, Dieseltec owner Brian Klawiter of Grandville, Michigan, said in a Facebook post.
Early in President Obama’s tenure in the White House, Catholic Online and other media outlets reported what appeared to be a deliberate attack on the Constitution’s “freedom of religion” protections.