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Author: Tess Lynne

Tess Lynne

National Correspondent at LibertyNation.com

Tess Lynne is an author, editor, and publisher. Her writing interests span many genres including a former crime/government reporter, fiction novelist, and playwright. Originally a Central California girl, Tess now resides in the Seattle area.

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Wedding Cake and the Rights of Artists

There may be some justice for baker Jack Phillips of Colorado in his fight against being forced to create a cake for a gay wedding. Last week, the Department of Justice filed a brief with the Supreme Court on the baker’s behalf stating he could not be forced to “use his talents” to create something that violates his religious beliefs. In 2012, Charlie Craig and David Mullins decided to get married. As they made plans for the ceremony, they visited Phillips’ bakery and was told by the owner that he would not make a cake for a gay wedding....

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