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A Christian baker continues his legal fight years after refusing to bake a cake

The legal battle surrounding a California baker over her religious objection to making a wedding cake that celebrated a same-sex marriage continues as she faces an appeal challenge from state officials.


Cathy Miller of Cathy’s Creations, a Bakersfield-based bakery that does business as Tastries, has been battling litigation after she refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple in 2017.

In a brief filed last week in the case of California Civil Rights Department v. Tastries, Miller asked the Court of Appeal of the State of California, 5th Appellate District, to affirm a lower court decision in her favor.

According to the brief, Miller’s refusal to make the same-sex wedding cake was one of many orders she had refused to fulfill due to moral objections to the message being conveyed.

Source: Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund


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