Among those that came to remember the victims were Sadiq Patel and Renee Black. Sadiq is Muslim and Renee is Jewish, two groups that are often at serious odds with one another. But that didn't stop the two from traveling to Manchester together and combining their faith to pray for the victims and their families.
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A Kentucky appeals court issued a ruling Friday that affirms a Lexington printer’s freedom to decline orders that would require him to promote a message in conflict with his religious beliefs.