First, the most chilling statement:
"If a commercial photography business believes that the [New Mexico Human Rights Act] stifles its creativity, it can remain in business, but it can cease to offer its services to the public at large."So, the ruling here is that if you feel that the government is forcing you to act against your conscience, you only choice is to stop doing business.
This is not an unusual opinion of one, radical judge. This is a unanimous opinion from a group of judges.
Indeed one of the judges wrote:
"are now compelled by law to compromise the very religious beliefs that inspire their lives. Though the rule of law requires it, the result is sobering. "