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The Supreme Court cake case has an easy answer

WASHINGTON — There will come a time, hopefully before long, when it won’t be legal to discriminate against gay people any more than it would be to deny goods or services to African-Americans, women or the disabled. But we’re not at that point yet. Hence the need for Tuesday’s food fight at the Supreme Court. [...] The post The Supreme Court cake case has an easy answer appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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