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  • The decision here looks intentionally factbound to me:  This is more about how the Colorado Commission considered Phillips' particular case, and substantially less about whether there might or might not be a right under the constitution to refuse compliance with a neutral law forbidding discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in public accommodations.  In that respect, this holding is not going to resolve the underlying politically charged controversy.
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