RE: Should a Privately-Owned Business Be Able To Refuse Providing a Service To a Customer?

But none of the examples in the news lately are ones where a business is denying business to a group. For example, the couple that didn’t want a gay marriage conducted on their property, but had no problem letting the reception being held there. The bakers, I have no doubt, would not refuse to make a birthday cake for a gay customer, but just didn’t want to make one celebrating something contrary to their beliefs. So, this is not a case of blanket refusal of services to a group.