After Steve and Bridget Tennes posted on Facebook they wouldn’t host same-sex weddings on their family farm because of their religious beliefs about marriage, city officials in East Lansing banned the couple, owners of Country Mill, from selling produce at the local farmers market 22 miles away.
The Daily Signal traveled to Michigan last week to interview the Tenneses about why they’re fighting back in a lawsuit against the city of East Lansing, and visited the East Lansing Farmers Market to talk to the local community.
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