A Colorado court found that a baker discriminated against a transgender woman when it refused to bake a custom-made birthday cake for her.
Bakery first agreed to create a custom cake, but refused after learning that the design celebrated a gender transition.
A Colorado judge has fined a bakery $500 for refusing to bake a birthday cake for a woman after finding out she is transgender.
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips claims the state of Colorado is unfairly targeting him due to his religious beliefs
A Colorado baker who asked the Supreme Court last year to rule that he can refuse to to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples has...
Jack Phillips and his lawyer claim the Colorado Civil Rights Commission is targeting him for his anti-LGBTQ beliefs
SPLC hit back after Sessions criticized them for branding ADF a hate group
High court refrains from specifying how religious exemptions are to be shaped or how extensive they must be
Advocates accuse GOP of punishing commission for siding with same-sex couple in Masterpiece Cakeshop case
Refusal to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding at center of conflict between free speech and nondiscrimination laws.
A host of LGBTQ groups and their allies in the political, legal, and business communities submitted a host of amicus briefs in support of Charlie...
AG argues that Colorado's nondiscrimination law infringes on a baker's right to practice his religion
An online survey finds that a majority of Americans, and an even higher number of wedding professionals, do not support allowing wedding-related businesses to refuse...
DOJ repeats arguments that cake-baking is a form of protected First Amendment speech
Case centers around whether the First Amendment allow baker's religious beliefs to override nondiscrimination law