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'Masterpiece Cakeshop' and Sincerity of Beliefs: the Aftermath of 'Hobby Lobby'

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William M. Pinzler discusses "Masterpiece Cakeshop and Jack Phillips v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission and Craig and Mullins," a case the Supreme Court has granted certiorari which presents the question of whether applying Colorado's public accommodations law to compel a "cake artist" (a baker) to prepare a cake in honor of a customer's gay wedding violates his "sincerely held religious beliefs" about gay marriage and thus violates the Free Speech or Free Exercise clause of the First Amendment.

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