Twenty-two states have anti-discrimination laws that, in some form, protect gay people.
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday left in place a California law that limits the carrying of concealed guns.
The high profile case won't be heard until the fall, but in the meantime, News 25's Kendra Turley caught up with a Biloxi bakery owner to hear her point of view on the controversy.
Charlie Craig and David Mullins say they were deeply hurt when Phillips refused their request for a cake to mark their wedding in 2012.
Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch said the court should have reviewed the appellate ruling.
In another case of "how can this be a thing that was still allowed to happen", the Supreme Court has ruled against a law that allowed some states to treat same-sex couples differently than opposite-sex couples on children's birth certificates.
"Religious freedom does not give you the right to discriminate", said ACLU spokesman Mark Silverstein. "Because that differential treatment infringes Obergefell " s commitment to provide same-sex couples "the constellation of benefits that the States have linked to marriage, ' we reverse the state court's judgment".
The two men from Colorado flew to MA to get married but then returned home to celebrate their vows with friends in Colorado.
The Supreme Court is rejecting yet another call to decide whether Americans have a constitutional right to carry guns with them outside their homes.
The Colorado Civil Rights Commission said the baker violated a state law requiring that all customers be served, regardless of their sexual orientation. I think it's an important issue.
The administration says that the court should have upheld the blanket prohibition on gun ownership in the federal law and rejected case-by-case challenges. Washington's state supreme court ruled unanimously in February that a florist violated state law by refusing to sell flowers to a gay couple for their wedding.
The Supreme Court of the United States declined to hear the appeal of a gun-rights case on Monday, leaving a lower court's decision which restored gun rights to those who had been convicted of certain nonviolent misdemeanor crimes. Only those who can prove they have a regular need for self-defense against a specific threat are granted concealed permits.