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Pro-Gay Colorado bakery off the hook – They did not discriminate against Christians, agency says

by Mike Andrew – SGN Staff Writer A Denver bakery did not discriminate against a Christian customer when its owners refused to make him two anti-Gay cakes, a state agency ruled. The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies found that Azucar Bakery and its owner Marjorie Silva did not violate state anti-discrimination laws by turning down a customer’s cake order in March 2014. The customer, identified only as ‘Jack,’ ordered two Bible-shaped cakes. One was to have an image of two men holding hands with an X over them. The second would have the words ‘God hates sin. Psalm 45:7? and ‘Homosexuality is a detestable sin. Leviticus 18:2.’ Silva agreed to make two Bible-shaped cakes, but refused to put anti-Gay imagery on them. Jack then filed a complaint with the state agency alleging the business ‘discriminated’ against him ‘based on my creed.’ The Department’s Civil Rights division disagreed, however.

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