In suburban Washington, D.C., Bono Film and Video has an announced policy of refusing to duplicate material that owner Tim Bono regards as contrary to his Christian values. Now the Arlington County (Va.) Human Rights Commission has held a public hearing and investigated Bono on charges that he discriminated against Lilli Vincenz by refusing to duplicate her Gay Pride videos. (Hans Bader, Open Market (Competitive Enterprise Institute), Apr. 28; Nancy Yamada, “Discriminated Against Because She’s Gay?”, WUSA, Mar. 9; LiberRants, Mar. 13; Robin Sizemore, Apr. 27). Various social-conservative pressure groups have taken up Bono’s cause, and this would appear to be one of those instances where they have a point. Update Jun. 18: charges dropped.