By David Walker
A New Mexico photographer who has been held liable for violating state anti-discrimination laws by refusing to photograph a same-sex wedding has been turned away by the US Supreme Court, where she had sought a review of her case.
Elaine Huguenin, owner of Elane Photography of Albuquerque, had asked the US Supreme Court to overturn a series of lower court rulings that found her in violation New Mexico human rights laws for discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation.
The high court declined today without comment to hear Elane Photography’s appeal, effectively upholding three lower court rulings against her.
Huguenin had refused for …read more
Via: PDN Pulse