For those of you who remember the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, who refused to create a wedding cake for a gay couple in 2012 and was crucified for it, is back in the news, this time with some good news.

The Justice Department has sided with Jack Phillips the owner of the bake shop, filing a brief Thursday in the Supreme Court backing the baker. They said trying to force Jack Phillips, the Colorado baker, to make a cake for someone against his beliefs violates his conscience rights.

“Just as the government may not compel the dissemination of expression, it equally may not compel the creation of expression. Compelling a creative process is no less an intrusion and perhaps is a greater one on the ‘individual freedom of mind’ that the First Amendment protects,” the Justice Department’s brief says.