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By Ria Tabacco Mar OCTOBER 24, 2017 | 1:00 PM Five years ago, Dave Mullins and Charlie Craig walked into Masterpiece Cakeshop, a Lakewood, Colorado, bakery to purchase a cake for their wedding reception. But the bakery’s owner refused … Continue reading
President Trump and Attorney General Sessions Want to Enshrine a Business Right to Discriminate Into the Constitution
By James Esseks, Director, LGBT & HIV Project September 7, 2017 Can businesses put up a sign that says, “We Don’t Sell To Gays?” President Trump says yes. Today Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Supreme Court in an amicus … Continue reading
(This entry also appears on the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-woodliffstanley-/a-tale-of-two-cakes-the-r_b_7029284.html) Colorado has been ground zero for the “cake wars,” a seemingly trivial conflict with some serious principles at stake. Since the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) defends religious liberty, freedom of … Continue reading
(This entry also appears on the Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-woodliffstanley-/colorado-civil-liberties_b_6820070.html) Emboldened by some of last November’s election results, Colorado legislators have flooded this year’s legislative session with bills that would roll back civil rights and civil liberties in our state. The … Continue reading
(From the ACLU Blog of Rights) By Amanda Goad, LGBT Project at 10:17am When Christian educator Bill Jack ordered a cake last year from Azucar, a Denver bakery, he had a special decoration request for owner Marjorie Silva. He … Continue reading
From the ACLU National Blog of Rights, an important reminder of why we in Colorado can’t afford to wait for marriage equality. By Chase Strangio, Staff Attorney, ACLU Life is full of unexpected ups and downs. Sometimes our greatest joys are … Continue reading
“We cannot any longer face friends and family who are asking for equal protection under the law and tell them they are different. It is an indefensible position. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers maintains that somehow he must see the … Continue reading
Our Executive Director, Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, just put out a new blog on Huffington Post about AG Suthers’ continued crusade against marriage equality (which recently took a detour into Indiana). Check it out!
Denver PrideFest was ton of fun! Thanks to all who came by our booth and helped decorate our wedding cake. It looks awesome! Check out our Flickr page for more pics from the Denver PrideFest on June 21-22.
(From the ACLU Blog of Rights) By Charlie Craig It’s an old tradition that a year after a couple’s wedding, they eat a slice of their wedding cake. What’s less traditional? Almost two years after getting married, sitting in court … Continue reading