Why wedding cakes are at the center of the Supreme Court's next big case on LGBTQ rights ? Epeak

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Why wedding cakes are at the center of the Supreme Court's next big case on LGBTQ rights ? Epeak
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The case goes back to 2012. In July of that year, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, a same-sex couple, went to Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, to try to buy a cake for a wedding reception. The owner, Jack Phillips, refused the request, arguing that due to his Christian beliefs, he opposed same-sex marriages and did not want to do anything that looked like an endorsement of a same-sex wedding.

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