Kroger had to pay $180,000 to workers who were fired after they wouldn’t wear LQBTQ+ pride symbols.

An Arkansas federal judge ordered Kroger to pay two former employees $180,000.They were fired from the store after refusing to wear an apron with a “multicolored heart,” court documents show.

“Both have sincerely held religious beliefs that homosexuality is a sin and that they cannot support or promote it,” the judge wrote.

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