A legal analyst for FOX34 says the Supreme Court's decision regarding same-sex marriage on Friday is only the beginning of a much larger discussion about freedom of religion and equal protection under the law -- the First and Fourteenth Amendments. 

He cited the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby (2014) case, allowing private businesses to reject doing business that would violate the business's "strongly-held religious beliefs." Between that case, Gov. Abbott's signing of SB 2065, the "Pastor Protection Act," and Friday's decision, Parrish says he expects some clashing between freedom of religion and equal protection in the future, especially when it comes to businesses that provide marriage services -- such as photographers, caterers, and planners.