The conversation about a cake lasted less than a minute but will long reverberate in constitutional law. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear 60 minutes of speech about when, if at all, making a cake counts as constitutionally protected speech and, if so, what the implications are for the Colorado Civil Rights Commission’s contention that Jack Phillips violated the state’s law against sexual-orientation discrimination.
"A Cake is Food, Not Speech. But Why Bully the Baker?" is from the December 01, 2017 Opinion section of The Washington Post. It was written by George F. Will and narrated by Sam Scholl.