JUDGE RULES FILMMAKERS CAN’T DECLINE TO FILM SAME-SEX ‘WEDDINGS,” DISMISSES PREEMPTIVE SUIT

Judges Says The Recorded Content Is Not A Reflection On What The Filmmakers Believe

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(Christian News) –

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A federal judge in Minnesota has dismissed a preemptive lawsuit filed by a film making couple who are concerned that state law mandates them to create films in support of same-sex “marriage” if they also produce videos that reflect their Christian beliefs about marriage.

Chief U.S. District Judge John Tunheim, appointed to the bench by then-President Bill Clinton, ruled on Wednesday that Carl and Angel Larsen of the Telescope Media Group cannot turn away video requests by homosexuals as per the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA). He also concluded that the law itself is not unconstitutional.

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