Author Topic: Justice Department Sides With Baker Who Refused To Make Gay Couple’s Wedding Cak  (Read 162 times)

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Moss

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Ahead of a high-profile Supreme Court case focused on the battle between religious liberty and LGBT rights, the Trump administration announced on Thursday that it has sided with a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple.

The Justice Department filed an amicus brief on Thursday on behalf of Jack Phillips, who was found guilty of violating the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act in 2012 for insisting his religious beliefs prevented him from being able to bake a cake for same-sex couple Charlie Craig and David Mullins.

The Trump administration argued that Colorado violated Phillips’ First Amendment free expression rights by citing him for discrimination, saying that his cakes are a form of expression so he can’t be forced to use those talents for something that goes against his beliefs.


http://www.newnownext.com/justice-department-sides-anti-gay-baker/09/2017/

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It's still not the end.
Still have the courts to worry about .

biblebuf

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It's still not the end.
Still have the courts to worry about .

Agreed! this could be just the start.

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This link has a video of the baker explaining why he is welling to fight this and how he feels about being called a n nazi .

http://dailysignal.com/2017/09/05/underreported-christian-baker-reacts-government-official-comparing-nazi