A California caterer who refuse to serve a gay couple for their wedding might be small enough to avoid any consequences.
On Top Magazine reports:
A California catering business that refused to serve a gay couple might be small enough to avoid the state’s anti-discrimination laws… Zimmerman’s catering company, Janet Zimmerman Catering, operates mainly on Facebook, possibly making her outfit too small to be subject to California’s anti-discrimination laws. “The law does make a distinction” between a service and a business establishment, David Hakimfar, a West Hollywood attorney, told The Advocate.
Should size matter? Is discrimination not discrimination? OTM notes the couple is not currently suing.