The Louisville Courier-Journal reports:
On a window outside Aries Tax Service in Radcliff, Kentucky, signs promote how customers can e-file returns for $55 as long as they provide 10 things to Ken Randall, the registered tax return preparer at the Hardin County business.
But the last thing Randall lists on his “I Need” placard is something he doesn’t want: “Homosexual marriage not recognized,” the bottom of the sign reads.
Randall, 65, told The Courier Journal in an email he has “moral objections to homosexual marriage.” “I have filed and do file for homosexuals who are single, as I do not ask about sexual preference prior to filing a return,” Randall said, adding “this is legal, as I have already researched this.”
Read the full article. Randall is correct, there are no statewide LGBT business protections in Kentucky, nor are there local ordinances in Radcliff or its county.
#LGBTQ discrimination by businesses is still legal in most of KY & the US. It’s why 21 KY communities & counting have passed a #FairnessOrdinance. How many more cities & counties will join #KYFairness this year? https://t.co/2sYMX0JryG
— Fairness Campaign (@FairnessCamp) April 7, 2021