Los Angeles Times: Supreme Court gives partial win to churches fighting California’s limits on indoor worship services

Supreme Court gives partial win to churches fighting California’s limits on indoor worship services
Supreme Court told judges in California to take another look at the state’s rules banning most indoor worship services because of the coronavirus.

Read in Los Angeles Times: https://apple.news/AoLjM6aacT1C8KTRJC0YYkQ

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3 thoughts on “Los Angeles Times: Supreme Court gives partial win to churches fighting California’s limits on indoor worship services

  1. My opinion only but I think the Supreme Court is long. The ban is only temporary and is a good faith one designed to stop the spread of the virus. If the congregants want to endanger themselves that’s fine, but the State has the care of all the other people the congregants will pass the virus on to. Maybe the Governor should lock them in church for 14 days to isolate them till the danger has passed. The church may not be so keen then.
    Hugs

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    1. Hello David. I agree. If these people want to go to these super spreader events in churches they should then they should be forced to stay there for quarantine. Instead they mix back into the communities and spread the virus to everyone who was doing the correct procedures. This is just self centered selfishness demanding their personal wants be exempt from laws of public good. And we now have a highly religious majority on the SCOTUS. We are in trouble. Hugs

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