Opponents in high court wedding cake case differ over terms

Supporters of Masterpiece Cakeshop baker Jack Phillips see it as a case about religious freedom or religious liberty.
3:00 | 12/05/17

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The Supreme Court hearing arguments pitting civil rights against religious liberty it's around the wedding cake a Colorado baker who violated the State's. Anti discrimination law when he refused to make a wedding cake. For same sex couple claiming it would violate his religious beliefs and his right to artistic expression in making that case. The case drawing hundreds of protesters from both sides of the case.

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