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Old 02-13-2018, 03:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Morgenstern View Post
Which is totally immaterial. The court held that the baker was within her rights to refuse to serve the couple as her trade was one of applying her artistic talents to all her creations, and as such, she can't be compelled to perform herein. Good luck if you think this applies to a Subway sandwich or pickles on a hamburger. The fact that the couple choose to order a wedding cake is where it ends. No one had to actually design the cake before the 1st Amendment applies.
Which means the baker could refuse any order from the couple for something 'in advance' - be it cupcakes, donuts, pastries, birthday cakes, etc and so on.