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Barronelle Stutzman's Story

Barronelle has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to protect her freedom to live and work consistently with her faith. What happens in her case could affect all of us. (3/16/2021)

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Barronelle Stutzman

Barronelle Stutzman, the sole owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington, has served and employed people who identify as LGBT for her entire career. Despite this, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Washington Attorney General claim that she is guilty of unlawful discrimination when she acted consistent with her faith and declined to use her creative skills to celebrate the same-sex ceremony of her longtime customer, Robert Ingersoll. (4/19/2020)

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Arlene’s Flowers v. State of Washington | Arlene’s Flowers v. Ingersoll

State government and private parties sue floral artist to compel her to participate in same-sex ceremony (5/27/2020)

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How a Supreme Court Case on Foster Care May Affect Barronelle Stutzman

Every Supreme Court decision has consequences. (8/3/2020)

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Washington Supreme Court Punishes Barronelle Stutzman. What Now?

Alliance Defending Freedom will continue to stand with Barronelle by appealing this ruling against her to the U.S. Supreme Court. Here's how you can help. (4/20/2020)

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Like Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman Is a Victim of State Hostility toward Religion

If you were appalled by the government’s hostility towards Jack Phillips in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, you need to read about the case of Barronelle Stutzman. (4/20/2020)

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Like Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman Is a Victim of State Hostility toward Religion

If you were appalled by the government’s hostility towards Jack Phillips in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, you need to read about the case of Barronelle Stutzman. (4/20/2020)