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Conservative Christian Baker Back in Court Over a Gender-Transition Cake
Jack Phillips is probably hoping to get a better answer from a Supreme Court where Brett Kavanaugh has replaced Anthony Kennedy.
Justice Kennedy Has His Cake and Eats It Too in Gay Wedding Case
In a much-watched civil rights case, Kennedy’s decision managed both to set down important markers while also avoiding the really big questions.
SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Cake for Gay Couple
But the decision did not create the precedent that conservatives were looking for.
Andrew Sullivan: Let Him Have His Cake
Let’s live and let live.
Court Can Avoid Clash Between Equality, Religious Liberty in Wedding-Cake Case
By making the decision about free speech rather than a religious exercise, SCOTUS can limit the impact on anti-discrimination laws to a minimum.
Colorado Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-Sex Cake Gets Justice Department’s Support
The Trump administration will argue before the Supreme Court that pastry is a form of protected speech.