An Oregon baker has refused to make a cake for a lesbian couple's wedding.

According to Portland ABC affiliate KATU, Pam Regentin, the owner of Fleur Cakes in Hood River, canceled a cake tasting after learning that Erin Hanson and Katie Pugh were a gay couple.

“I mentioned Erin in passing,” Pugh said, “and said a 'she' in passing too, in the email. A few days later she called back and that was today. And called and verified it was a same-sex wedding.”

When asked about the incident, Regentin would only say: “I believe I have the liberty to live by my principles.”

Gay and lesbian couples cannot legally marry in Oregon. The state does offer domestic partnerships. Neighboring Washington, however, approved a marriage law last year.

But Oregon law prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation in places of public accommodation, which includes retail businesses.

Oregon officials are currently considering charges against Gresham-based Sweet Cakes after its owner, Aaron Klein, refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian bride-to-be.

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