Letter: Arizona law a slippery slope
So a bill under consideration in Arizona would allow a business owner to refuse service to gays and others if the owner believes that doing so violates the practice and observance of his or her religion. So, the question that I would ask (besides the obvious one of constitutionality), is how do you determine if a customer is gay? Perhaps we should require them to sew rainbow badges on their coats.
Or how about African-Americans or Jews or Mormons or Catholics?
Gregory Holman, via email