The backdrop to all this: a commission ruling in favor of a gay couple against the owner of Masterpiece Cake in Lakewood.
The Arizona-based conservative legal organization has won five cases in the Supreme Court over the past three years.
Oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission will be heard Dec. 5.
The Newseum hosts a debate as the gay wedding cake case, Masterpiece Cake Shop vs. the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The food makers say that once they open their doors for business, they don't get to choose their customers.
Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog, tells Colorado Matters the court's ruling could have big implications for all states with public accommodation laws.
The court will review a Colorado court decision that found baker Jack Phillips and his Masterpiece Cakeshop discriminated against the gay couple under Colorado law.
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.
- 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.