Religious Liberty in the Phoenix Desert

Mere days after the Supreme Court’s decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, religious liberty is back in the courts, though not in the mainstream media. Conservatives should take notice.
In the wake of Masterpiece, conservative pundits have debated the implications the case may have for religious liberty and free exercise, ranging from the optimistic outlook of National Review’s David French to the more skeptical view offered by The American Spectator’s own Melissa MacKenzie to an opinion from Mark Hemingway of The Weekly Standard that falls somewhere in between. The jury, as it were, is still out.
But in a Thursday decision from the Arizona Court of Appeals, Masterpiece received one of its first citations. And the outcome is not a positive one for conservatives.
In Brush & Nib v. City of Phoenix, appellants Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski contested a city ordinance that threatened to pit the future of their

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