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I am all over the place on this one. I certainly believe that a private business owner has a right to refuse service for certain circumstances, but on the other hand, when a place is open to the public, exactly what those circumstances might be and what they are predicated upon is a very important consideration.
If we were to make a religious exception to enable some to exercise their conscience and beliefs in practice, where is the line drawn? Is there a clear cut line? Do we take it as a case by case basis? The fact that this is an LGBT issue certainly makes it a polarizing lightening rod in many communities that we all inhabit.