Court Rules Against Print Shop Called ‘Rainbow Colour’ That Refused To Print Posters For LGBT+ Activists

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Photo courtesy of BigStock/Yastremska

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Pink News reports that a printing shop called Rainbow Colours that ironically refused to serve an LGBT+ group has been ordered to pay compensation after an Israeli court ordered the shop to pay 50,000 NIS (£11,400) and legal expenses over its refusal to print posters for an LGBT+ group at Ben Gurion University.

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