We should be careful in considering the recent spate of legislation purporting to help insure "freedom of religion." People are free to believe anything they want, but they are not free to do anything they want. Remember, "no man is above the law!"
Allowing anyone licensed to serve the public to refuse service to someone they feel does not share their religious belief is no different than refusing service to someone who does not share their skin color. Examples of allowing religious doctrine to trump civil law has led to Wahabism and the Taliban.
JD EVANS, Richland