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Supreme Court lifts California ban on in-person church services

Good news!

The Supreme Court ruled that California could not ban home church services by a 5 to 4 majority.

Of course, Chief Justice Roberts sided with the Liberals.

Just The News reported:

The United States Supreme Court ruled Friday night that California could not ban home religious services while allowing other similar activities in the secular world, once again in favor of religious freedom amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 5-4 decision was led by the court’s most conservative justices, including new member Amy Coney Barrett, while Chief Justice Robert once again joined the Liberal bloc as he did during the COVID-19 epidemic.

“California treats certain comparable secular activities more favorably than home religious exercises, allowing hair salons, retail stores, personal care services, theaters, private suites at sporting events and concerts, and indoor restaurants, ”said the majority opinion.

You can read the full decision here

Harmeet K. Dhillion, the Republican lawyer who won the case, took to Twitter to celebrate.

This is his third victory against California Governor Newsom this year on the Supreme Court.

In early February, the Supreme Court authorized the resumption of in-person worship in California. Although this is only 25% of its capacity.

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Californians are starting to fight back.

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A vote is expected to take place this fall.

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