The Denver-based cheese giant has been hit with a number of discrimination cases alleging abuse at multiple facilities.
Anti-Discrimination Or Religious Freedom? The Masterpiece Question Is Back In Arizona, Colorado Courts
Because SCOTUS didn’t settle the looming question on whether the First Amendment guarantees of religious freedom are more important than a state or city’s anti-discrimination laws, similar cases are again simmering in lower courts.
Officers will record the demographic information, including gender and race, of every person they stop, as well as the length of the stop.
Lawyers for Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips, filed a federal lawsuit against the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Phillips says the six years since his first encounter with Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig has been a trial for his Christian faith.
The couple who tried to order a wedding cake from Jack Phillips actually tried to avoid politics when they decided to get married.
The ruling comes days after the U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
The former commissioner made the controversial statements about religion that the Supreme Court cited in its ruling for baker Jack Phillips.
These legal skirmishes draw similar battle lines between religious freedoms and gay rights.
Gov. Hickenlooper said Colorado will “take seriously the Court’s admonition that the state must apply its laws and regulations in a manner that is neutral toward religion."