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SCOTUS to Decide Between Religious Freedom or Civil Rights - Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

The battle over the right for a Christian baker to deny making a custom wedding cake for a gay couple began in 2012 and has made it to the highest court in the land. How did we get here and what is being argued?
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