Windsor lawyer weighs in on same-sex wedding cake case

Roberta Kaplan (left) alongside Edith Windsor in front of the Supreme Court in Washington in 2013. Photo: Carolyn Kaster / AP

Roberta Kaplan, the attorney who represented Edie Windsor in the landmark SCOTUS case that toppled the Defense of Marriage Act, told Axios that she doesn't think the case currently before the court about a Christian baker refusing service to a same-sex couple will bring a sweeping ruling for either side.

Rather, she feels that reconciling the freedoms of religion with the rights of LGBT people will be an issue that the courts will continue to grapple with. "It's an issue that is going to keep rearing its ugly head," she said.