Lawyer Who Lost 1995 Gay Rights Case Says Justice Department's Reliance in 'Masterpiece Cake' Is Misplaced
Q&A: John Ward on the case, the argument and the outcome.
In its brief supporting a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, the U.S. Justice Department relied heavily on a 1995 Supreme Court decision that the gay community lost. John Ward, who argued that case, says the government’s reliance is misplaced.
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