The U.S. Supreme Court decision should have put an end to Colorado’s campaign against cake artist Jack Phillips. But Colorado remains undeterred, and so do some of its most “tolerant” citizens. The Supreme Court condemned Colorado’s “clear and impermissible hostility” toward Jack and his business. The court also chastised the commission for “implying that religious beliefs and persons are less than fully welcome in Colorado’s business community.” Colorado apparently didn’t get the message. Tuesday’s lawsuit from Jack Phillips and his Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys revealed as much. The Colorado Civil Rights Division is harassing Jack again. This time it’s because Jack politely declined a request to make a cake — blue on the outside, pink on the inside — celebrating that attorney’s gender transition from male to female.