Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado

Conservatives Should Remember Their Opposition to Compelled Speech

"Many [conservatives] looked at the verdict [in Masterpiece Cakeshop] and felt as if the Court’s silence on protected speech amounted to privileging the civil-rights laws above the First Amendment — which meant they’d need to use similar means to protect their own speech. In other words, 'political viewpoint' should become a protected class." - N.Review

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Masterpiece Cakeshop Owner Sued Again after Refusing to Bake ‘Gender Transition’ Cake

"Autumn Scardina, a transgender Colorado woman, filed a civil suit against Phillips on Wednesday over his refusal to bake her a cake that was to be blue on the outside and pink on the inside in celebration of her transition." - N. Reivew

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Christian florist who refused to work gay wedding loses again in Washington court

"The U.S. Supreme Court vacated the Washington court’s 2017 decision last June and sent the case back to the court for further consideration in light of the court’s 7-2 ruling in favor of Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips.

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Speech, Art, and the Masterpiece Cakeshop

"Phillips’ petition quotes Barnette that the point is to protect the private citizen from uttering “what is not in his mind.” On this basis the Supreme Court protected from punishment not just students from saying the Pledge, but an automobile owner who covered up the state motto “Live Free or Die” on his license plate." Center for Vision & Values

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