Today be hearing from Jack Phillips, a Wedding Cake baker from Denver. After refusing to violate his deeply-held Christian beliefs by baking a cake for a gay wedding, the Colorado Court of Appeals ultimately ordered him and his staff to bake cakes for gay weddings. Forty percent of Jack's business centers around weddings, so he has been forced by the government to choose between his livelihood and his Christian beliefs about marriage.

In addition to hearing Jack's story tonight, will you reach out to your representatives with the click-to-email tool below, and let them know you support legislation like HB2 that protects our religious freedom and the privacy rights and safety of women and children in bathrooms and locker rooms?



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Jack Phillips

Wedding Cake Baker (Denver, CO)

Meet Jack Phillips, a Wedding Cake baker from Denver. After refusing to violate his deeply-held Christian beliefs by baking a cake for a gay wedding, the Colorado Court of Appeals ultimately ordered him and his staff to bake cakes for gay weddings. Forty percent of Jack's business centers around weddings, so he has been forced by the government to choose between his livelihood and his Christian beliefs about marriage.

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