This would set a dangerous precedent. It also falls into the category of they are doing what a community thinks is morally and/or ethically correct. We went down a slippery slope when we allowed people to deny services to those who they object to for whatever reason. We went down a slippery slope when pharmacists can refuse to fill a prescription based upon their moral/ethical/religious beliefs. Nope, the law doesn't get to pick and choose who can act according to their beliefs and who can't be it individuals or cities and penalize those that do when others are allowed to without penalty.