Christian Bakers Gotta Bake, Even for Gays
By: Emma Green of The Atlantic
Vendors who provide services for weddings, such as florists and bakeries, became some of the biggest opponents of gay marriage when it was legalized. Jack Phillips, the owner of a cakeshop in Colorado, refused to make a cake for a gay couple that wished to get married because he thought it would "displease" God. Find out the legal implications that followed.
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