Court says printer can refuse service

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – a Kentucky court decided Monday that a print shop in Lexington is allowed to refuse service to an activist organization.

Baine Adamson, owner of "Hands On Originals," was originally told by the Human Rights Commission that he had to print shirts for Lexington’s Pride Festival in 2012.

Adamson said the job conflicted with his religious beliefs.  Attorneys for Adamson took the case to court, where a judge has reversed that decision.

The Human Rights Commission has released a statement on the ruling, saying they are disappointed with the reversal, and are considering appealing the decision.

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