When you’re forced to choose between religious freedom and your religion

By Ars Technic staffNovember 24, 2017 6:50pm PT[UPDATE: 10/24/17: The Supreme Court today ruled that businesses cannot deny services to same-sex couples based on religious beliefs.

While the ruling doesn’t apply to all businesses, it does affect those that provide services to the public.

Here’s how the ruling impacts businesses in the following states:New York:The Supreme Court’s ruling on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) will affect any businesses in New York.

This includes places that provide food and beverage, restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, and health care services.

The decision doesn’t affect private clubs, hotels or health care clinics.

New Jersey:The RFRA will apply to businesses that are licensed and registered in New Jersey, but it doesn’t cover businesses that operate out of the state.

It only applies to businesses in one state.

Pennsylvania: The RFRA does not apply to companies that are not licensed in Pennsylvania.

The ruling will only affect businesses in Pennsylvania that are owned or controlled by a corporation.

Washington: The ruling does not affect businesses that sell, rent, or otherwise rent space in Washington, D.C.