Barronelle Stutzman joins me on today's "Daily Dana," the 70 year-old grandmother sued into bankruptcy because, while employing and serving those of the same sex for years as a florist, she declined to specifically use her expression at a same sex wedding ceremony because of her long-held, devout Christian beliefs. According to her attorney, Kristen Waggoner (Alliance For Defending Freedom), "It will take a miracle" for Stutzman to professionally and financially survive this. Despite having twenty offers of free wedding flowers from area florists upon hearing of the story, the flowers for Roger Ingersoll and Curt Freed's ceremony are specifically worth Stutzman's business, which she built with her mother 30 years ago, and Stutzman's house. Washington state found her liable in both business and personally.
Just as you stood for Memories Pizza, continue standing for Arlene's Flowers.
The program begins at 6pm central.