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Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes sparks controversy by opposing Supreme Court ruling on religious liberty and anti-discrimination laws. The recent landmark verdict, favoring a Christian web designer’s right to refuse promoting same-sex marriage, has ignited a national debate. Mayes strongly criticizes the decision, terming it discriminatory and wrong. She vows to prosecute businesses that deny services to protected class individuals, despite the Supreme Court ruling. Mayes encourages those who believe they’ve faced discrimination to come forward, emphasizing Arizona’s public accommodation law that forbids such practices. This clash highlights the ongoing struggle between religious liberty and discrimination, raising questions about the delicate balance between the two. Mayes’ defiance sets the stage for future legal battles and further reshapes the discourse on anti-discrimination laws and religious freedom.
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