Cakeshop v. Craig & Mullins — amicus brief as filed

October 24, 2015 @

Attached is the Cakeshop v. Craig & Mullins amicus brief, along with our motion to file, as filed in the Supreme Court of Colorado.

Brief in Support of Cert. — final

Motion to file Brief — final

4 Comments → “Cakeshop v. Craig & Mullins — amicus brief as filed”


  1. ABUTOM

    1 year ago

    WHEN THE GOVERNMENT CAN TELL A BAKER WHAT TO BAKE AND FOR WHOM, WE ARE LIVING IN A COMMUNIST STATE AND THE ONLY ALTERNATIVE WILL BE TO PLAY BY THE RULES OF OUR FOUNDING FATHERS.


  2. mike winskie

    1 year ago

    Thank you for defending our rapidly shrinking religious liberty!


  3. Angie

    1 year ago

    Instead of taking away our right to religious beliefs, why can’t they go to “gay” bakers, florists, churches, etc. Why do we have to go against our beliefs because they want to shove their lifestyle down our throats. Yet, a “straight” person went to a gay baker and asked to have cake made and they told him, in a very nasty way, they wouldn’t even want him in their shop. I didn’t hear/see any lawsuits coming from that!! Why is that??


  4. Pat

    1 year ago

    The sooner the general public realizes what fascists these activists are, the better. The more people who resist, the quicker the public will find out.


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