The owners of a Minnesota-based media company are suing for the right to refuse to serve gay couples.

Carl and Angel Larsen, the founders and owners of Telescope Media Group, filed their lawsuit on Tuesday.

The Larsens claim in their lawsuit that a Minnesota law which prohibits their video production business from discriminating against gay couples violates their religious beliefs about marriage.

Using their “media production and filmmaking talents to produce a video promoting or communicating the idea that marriage can exist between anyone but one man and one woman” would violate their “religious beliefs about marriage,” the Larsens said in their lawsuit, according to ABC affiliate KSTP.

“Minnesota law requires business owners, like the Larsens, who produce videos telling the story of marriages between one man and one woman, to also produce videos celebrating marriages between two men or two women, and to contract in a way to celebrate these marriages,” the lawsuit states.

The Larsens are being represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a Christian conservative law group.

The lawsuit asks a federal judge to declare that the laws violate the U.S. Constitution's freedom of speech clause, free exercise of religion clause, due process clause and equal protection clause.

Minnesota lawmakers in 2013 approved a law extending marriage rights to gay couples after voters rejected a proposed amendment to the Minnesota Constitution which would define marriage as a heterosexual union.