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Topic - Jack Phillips
A Colorado baker who refused to create a cake for a gay wedding is appealing the state's civil-rights commission's order requiring him to reeducate his employees.
A Colorado baker with long-held Christian beliefs who was just ordered by the state's Civil Rights Commission to abide by a judge's order and make cakes for same-sex partners said no — that's not going to happen.
Colorado's Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, finding his religious objections to the practice did not trump the state's anti-discrimination statutes.
A commission’s ruling that Colorado baker Jack Phillips must bake same-sex "wedding" cakes forces him to choose between violating his conscience and supporting his family, the baker’s lawyer said.
A Colorado court is making it a crime to refuse to cater to militant homosexual activists. Judge Robert N. Spencer held on Friday that a bakery owner who, citing his Christian religious beliefs, wouldn't bake a wedding cake for a homosexual couple must "cease and desist from discriminating" or pay fines so large that he'd go out of business.
A Colorado judge ruled Friday against a bakery owner who refused to prepare a cake for a gay couple's wedding reception.
A bakery owner who refused to prepare a wedding cake for a gay couple heads to court Wednesday in a case closely watched for its implications on religious freedom in a society that increasingly embraces same-sex marriage.
Supporters of same-sex marriage are taking their fight to new venues daily — first to the courts, then to state legislatures, and now to bakeries.
Phillips, a devout Christian who owns the Masterpiece Cakeshop in the Denver suburb of Lakewood, said the decision violates his First Amendment rights to free speech and free exercise of his religion.