Three years ago, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, citing religious objections to same-sex marriage.
Now that gay marriage is the law of the land nationwide, it's time for a look back at how life has changed for LGBT Denverites over the decades.
The Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a right.
Fran and Anna Simon, who were the first same-sex couple to be married in Denver last year, called the decision "historic."
People have been lining up for days hoping they will be among the lucky ones to get a seat for Tuesday's historic arguments. At issue: whether states can ban, and refuse to recognize, gay marriage.
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips is appealing a ruling against him in a legal complaint filed with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission by a gay couple he refused to make a wedding cake for, based on his religious beliefs.
Incoming Attorney General Cynthia Coffman talks about same-sex marriage, the death penalty, marijuana and more.
County clerks in Colorado were given the go-ahead to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples on Tuesday morning.
The state's attorney general says U.S. Supreme Court action will make gay marriage legal soon in Colorado.
Sixteen other state attorneys general, from both parties, joined Republican John Suthers in requesting the high court settle the issue.