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Jeff Sessions: Christian Bakers Have 'Fundamental Right' To Refuse Gay Weddings

Oct 12, 2017 by Will Maule

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has insisted that Christian bakers have a legal right to refuse making cakes for a gay wedding. Well what I would say to you now, while the matter is in litigation, but I would just say to you that too often we have ignored what the Constitution actually says," Sessions argued in an interview with CBN.

"It says Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of a religion nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof," he continued. "So the question is, the cake baker has more than just a personal view here. He has a religious view and he feels that he is not being able to freely exercise his religion by being required to participate in a ceremony in some fashion that he does not believe in."

Business owners being able to act on their religious conviction is "a fundamental right and ought to be respected as we work through this process," he said. 

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