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California can’t omit churches from re-opening plans, Justice Department says

Credit: Catholic Herald- Published 1 week ago
The US Department of Justice is challenging the "unequal treatment of faith communities" in California's coronavirus reopening plan

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US Department of Justice Gives California Warning Over Church Closings
The U.S. Department of Justice gave a warning to California’s Gov. Gavin Newsom. They said COVID-19 restrictions discriminate against places of worship while other businesses and now function. According to Reuters, the DOJ said the First Amendment says houses of worship must be given equal treatment. Newsom has a four-stage plan that allows California’s 58 counties to gradually open. The plan is based on the number of tests, cases, hospitalizations and deaths, among other factors.

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