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“Yes, but the owner must declare in advance, what they specifically refuse to do and how it pertains to their religion. This does not include denying their business to a person in a discriminate fashion, but includes refusing certain aspects of a service that goes against their religious-business model. The business must declare these stipulations publicly, stating their beliefs and what they refuse to do and how it pertains to their religion. They also wave any protections socially, fiscally, etc - to public response due to exposure of said policy”

From a Democrat in Milton, MA
In reponse to: Should a business be able to deny service to a customer if the request conflicts with the owner’s religious beliefs?

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Yes