At least they can get them for false advertising. From their website:
Welcome to Sweet Cakes! Are you looking for a wedding cake or for ANY occasion?And apparently polygamist:
Our cakes are custom made and designed to fit you. When coming to Sweet Cakes you can get a cake that will be sure to be a memorable part of your special day! We hope our website is helpful to you. We do cakes for all occasions. All of our cakes are made from scratch using the best ingredients, NO BOX CAKES! All real stuff! Our cakes are always fresh and moist.
Cake is what makes the day special whatever you are celebrating, birthday, baby shower, Wedding, bridal shower, Anniversary, any and all holidays, or just having a special dinner with special people.
When you have a piece of our cake we are sure that you will want a second piece. So take a look and give us a call and we can talk about the cake that is on your mind.
We also here at Sweet Cakes strongly believe that when a man and women come together to be joined as one,it is truely one of the most special days of their lives, we feel truely honored when we are chosen to do the cake for your day.
We also here at Sweet Cakes strongly believe that when a man and women come together to be joinedSo this moron thinks he can use our tax dollars for the roads, sewers, inspections, and quality controls to keep his misogynistically named business open. But won't let us be customers there?
Klein on Friday denied making the harsh statement, but admitted to a KATU reporter on camera that he did deny her service.So do not provide your custom to:
“I apologized for wasting their time and said we don’t do same-sex marriages,” he said. I “honestly did not mean to hurt anybody, didn’t mean to make anybody upset, (it’s) just something I believe in very strongly.”
But beliefs aren’t enough to cover him under state law. The Oregon Equality Act of 2007 prohibits discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. The statute includes public accommodations, such as businesses.
Klein emphasized the importance of his religious beliefs, saying it outweighs his bottom line and the state law.
“If I have to be to, I guess, be penalized for my beliefs, then I guess, well, that’ll be what it is,” he said.
The question now: whether his constitutional rights outweigh state statute.
“My First Amendment rights allow me to practice my religion as I see it,” Klein said.
We asked Portland attorney Paula Barran whether this case falls under the 2007 statute. She said it did, but added that she did not know how the owner’s religious beliefs would factor in.
“Statutes don’t get to overcome constitutional protections, so if somebody had a religious-based reason for wanting not to trade with somebody, I think you have a really interesting test case for whether or not a statute like this can apply,” Barran said.
Sweet Cakes 44 NE Division St, Gresham, OR 97030