Michigan Farmer Fights Back Against City Banning Traditional Marriage Supporters From Farmers Market

A small-town farmer in St. Johns, Michigan, got creative in his fight against East Lansing city officials, who banned a family from selling produce at the local farmers market because they refuse to host same-sex weddings on their family farm. Watch the video to hear how he’s fighting back against city officials who he claims are discriminating against farmers and their religious beliefs.

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