More than 7,000 same-sex couples have tied the knot in the Evergreen state since marriage equality took effect last December.
A civil court judge in Denver determined that Jack Phillips violated Colorado's antidiscrimination law when he refused to bake a cake for the wedding of a gay couple last summer.
The former Fox News pundit trotted out the classic explanation when recounting how he convinced his daughter that he is a tolerant person.
The Illinois Family Institute, an anti-LGBT Christian organization, issued a fake nutritional label that tries (and fails) to be clever in its opposition to marriage equality. This is not the first written disaster from the organization.
The bakery owner contends that baking cakes is a form of expression that is protected under the First Amendment. The gay couple who were denied contend it's against the state's nondiscrimination laws to refuse to serve them.
Australia's Capital Territory passed marriage equality legislation in October, and the nation's High Court declined to issue a ruling before the law takes effect Saturday.