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(Watch) In a follow up to a story Queer News Tonight has previously covered, Ketchikan, population 8,289, a seaside city on Alaska’s southeastern coast popular with passing cruise ships, has unanimously voted for a new law protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination, and it is all thanks to a florist for highlighting the issue for them. The Florist, Heather Dalin, denies that she has made bouquets for LGBTQ people in the past but says that gay weddings violate scripture. Museum curator Ryan McHale, who spoke at the hearing for the law's passing, said in response, quote,  'Much like their pro-slavery predecessors, segregationists during the Jim Crow era cited scripture as justification for maintaining racial segregation and inequality.' Queer News Tonight agrees with Mr. McHale, well said.
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(Watch) In a follow up to a story Queer News Tonight has previously covered, Ketchikan, population 8,289, a seaside city on Alaska’s southeastern coast popular with passing cruise ships, has unanimously voted for a new law protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination, and it is all thanks to a florist for highlighting the issue for them. The Florist, Heather Dalin, denies that she has made bouquets for LGBTQ people in the past but says that gay weddings violate scripture. Museum curator Ryan McHale, who spoke at the hearing for the law's passing, said in response, quote,  'Much like their pro-slavery predecessors, segregationists during the Jim Crow era cited scripture as justification for maintaining racial segregation and inequality.' Queer News Tonight agrees with Mr. McHale, well said.
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(Watch) In a follow up to a story Queer News Tonight has previously covered, Ketchikan, population 8,289, a seaside city on Alaska’s southeastern coast popular with passing cruise ships, has unanimously voted for a new law protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination, and it is all thanks to a florist for highlighting the issue for them. The Florist, Heather Dalin, denies that she has made bouquets for LGBTQ people in the past but says that gay weddings violate scripture. Museum curator Ryan McHale, who spoke at the hearing for the law's passing, said in response, quote,  'Much like their pro-slavery predecessors, segregationists during the Jim Crow era cited scripture as justification for maintaining racial segregation and inequality.' Queer News Tonight agrees with Mr. McHale, well said.
(Watch) A florist 'refused' to make bouquets for a gay wedding, so the town decided to put an end to discrimination
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(Watch) A florist 'refused' to make bouquets for a gay wedding, so the town decided to put an end to discrimination

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(Watch) In a follow up to a story Queer News Tonight has previously covered, Ketchikan, population 8,289, a seaside city on Alaska’s southeastern coast popular with passing cruise ships, has unanimously voted for a new law protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination, and it is all thanks to a florist for highlighting the issue for them. The Florist, Heather Dalin, denies that she has made bouquets for LGBTQ people in the past but says that gay weddings violate scripture. Museum curator Ryan McHale, who spoke at the hearing for the law's passing, said in response, quote,  'Much like their pro-slavery predecessors, segregationists during the Jim Crow era cited scripture as justification for maintaining racial segregation and inequality.' Queer News Tonight agrees with Mr. McHale, well said.