Businesses can't refuse same-sex couples, N.M. high court rules

A unanimous ruling Thursday by the New Mexico Supreme Court found that a wedding photographer who refused to serve a same-sex couple violated state laws that forbid discrimination based on sexual orientation. The court noted that the state's Human Rights Act protects LGBT customers in the same way it prohibits businesses from discriminating based on race.

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