'Witch Hunt': CA Officials Reopen Investigation Against Christian Baker Despite Her Court Win

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Tastries Bakery owner Cathy Miller won her court case against a same-sex couple in February after they sued her for declining to cater their wedding. The State of California requested a preliminary injunction to either force Miller to design wedding cakes for same-sex couples or not create wedding cakes at all. In his ruling, Judge David Lampe noted that the anti-discrimination policy in the state was “the stuff of tyranny.” If Lampe had sided with the California officials, Miller could have lost 40 percent of her revenue.

The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, the counsel representing Miller, reminded state officials about the First Amendment while the case was still ongoing.—More…



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