Ten days ago, once the owners of Walkerton, Ind.-based Memories Pizza told a local anaesthetic news crew they would food waste to cater a gay wedding party if asked, they had no idea their building would go a battleground for Indiana's (now-revised) "religious freedom" law. The provision — which lasted pool days — gave businesses the exact to waste material to serve or sell to members of the LGBT community. Memories Pizza was unexpected to close, temporarily, because of the media and in the public eye onslaught.
This Pizza Parlor Is Indiana's First Business to Deny Service to LGBT Customers
(population 2,144) isn't much to look at — a few emptied storefronts, an age-old shop, and a cafe — but it's now ground ordinal for a debate that has gripped much of the nation. Memories Pizza, a restaurant owned by the author family, is the first business in Indiana to in public come forward in military operation of Indiana's new contentious and homophobic "religious freedom" law. Memories Pizza's owners claim they have a right-hand to protect their religious beliefs — and thereby repudiate service to group among the LGBT community.
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