It was on the news again last night. Someone had gone to a Denver area baker and wanted a decorated cake made like a Bible and saying something like "God hates gays" on the cake. The baker refused. (I would have refused it also, just as I would refuse to do a gay wedding cake.) However, according to the news, the lawsuit brought by the person requesting the cake on the grounds of discrimination was tossed by the state since the "baker found the wording offensive." Seems the baker cannot be forced to bake a cake he finds offensive in this case, but can if he finds doing a gay wedding cake offensive. Customer says he will appeal.