“The role for this court today in these limited, narrow certified question proceedings is to clarify and confirm what the Maryland General Assembly decided. In so doing, the court will uphold the deliberate balance that the Maryland General Assembly struck for better or for worse, whatever the court may think of that balance between two very important policy goals: one being the protection of LGBTQ rights, the other being the protection of religious exercise in Maryland,” counsel for Catholic Relief Services, Joseph C. Dugan, an associate at Gallagher Evelius & Jones, argued before the justices June 2.