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White House: We'd Be Fine With Bakers Hanging "No Gays" Signs In Their Windows

by Dan Savage During oral arguments before the Supreme Court yesterday about a homophobic baker in Colorado and the wedding cake he refused to sell to a gay couple there—a case that could gut civil rights protections for LGBT people (things don't look good, says Mark Joseph Stern at Slate)—a Trump administration lawyer argued that bakers should be legally allowed put signs in their windows saying that they don't make cakes for gay weddings.
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