State Supreme Court Continues To Mull Phoenix’S Discrimination Ordinance

By Howard Fischer, For Prescott News Network | azcapmedia

Originally Published: January 22, 2019 7:13 p.m.

Joanna Duka, left, and business partner Breanna Koski listen Tuesday to their attorney, Jonathan Scruggs, explain the legal arguments he made to the Supreme Court about why they are constitutionally entitled to refuse to produce custom wedding invitations for same-sex couples. (Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services)

Joanna Duka, left, and business partner Breanna Koski listen Tuesday to their attorney, Jonathan Scruggs, explain the legal arguments he made to the Supreme Court about why they are constitutionally entitled to refuse to produce custom wedding invitations for same-sex couples. (Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services)

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