Masterpiece Cakeshop’s Case to be Heard in Supreme Court

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As you may know, Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop has been standing strong on his belief in traditional marriage.

And his perseverance is paying off. Denver 7 reports:

Masterpiece Cakeshop owner says he’s lost 40% of business, welcomes SCOTUS hearing

by: Blair Miller

DENVER – The owner of the Masterpiece Cakeshop, whose case involving his denial to make a cake for a gay couple was taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court Monday after being declined nearly a dozen times, says the lower court’s decision, which will now be argued in front of the nation’s highest court, has caused him to lose business and that he’s received threats.

Jack Phillips spoke with his attorneys from the Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative group that took up his case, after the Supreme Court decided it would hear oral arguments in his case sometime later this year.

In a prepared statement, Phillips said that after 23 years of being open, the shop is losing business after the Colorado Supreme Court last August declined to review the case, agreeing with a Colorado Court of Appeals decision that said the shop could continue to enforce its religious beliefs, but not while operating as a business in Colorado.

Read the rest of Denver Channel’s article here.

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