It is the thin end of the wedge of bigotry to bring a case like this what else could it lead to ?
Tamsin Mc Cormick

Then let the owners run their business as they want. If the public doesn’t like what they do or objects to which clients they want to serve, then the public will choose not to patronize them and they’ll go out of business. Let the market decide instead of the heavy hand of the state.

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