The owner of 303 Creative, a graphic design company in Denver, says she shouldn’t have to make websites for gay weddings. Her legal team is using a strategy often employed by liberal-leaning civil rights groups.
- Lorie Smith argues that Colorado law would force her to use her artistic talents to promote something that violates her religious beliefs.Read more
- That means a lower court's ruling against a Christian baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple will stand.Read more
The court rejected the baker's argument that making a wedding cake for a gay couple violated his first amendment rights.
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 refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, based on his religious beliefs.