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Editorial: The Supreme Court squanders an opportunity for lasting justice in the wedding cake case

The Supreme Court on Monday issued its long-awaited ruling in the case of a Colorado baker who claimed a 1st Amendment right to refuse to provide a wedding cake to a gay couple. The 7-2 decision in his favor is a major disappointment, even if it isn't the disaster

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