The court is scheduled to hear oral arguments tomorrow in one of the most anticipated Supreme Court cases in recent history, and the final ruling isn't expected until June 2018.
Masterpiece Cakeshop owned by Jack Phillips and his family refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple based on religious grounds in Lakewood, Colorado back in 2012.
Just to jog your memory, Phillips refused Charlie Craig and David Mullin's request for their upcoming nuptials which led to a civil rights complaint against his bakery even after Phillips offered to bake the couple anything but a wedding cake.
Phillips lost business and the case sparked a serious debate on religious liberty.
He told Fox News that he serves anyone who walks through his doors, "I just don't create cakes for every event that's presented to me."
"My bakery, my family, my life, the work I get to do, is a gift from God and I want to honor Him in everything I do," he said.
Today, Pat discussed the case, religious liberty, and discrimination.