Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Oregon Governor Kate Brown has put certain restrictions on religious gatherings.
It’s a problem we have seen in many other states as well.
In Oregon, a judge just ruled against the restrictions, declaring them null and void.
Oregon Live reports:
Oregon governor’s coronavirus restrictions on religious gatherings, other emergency orders ‘null and void,’ judge rules
A Baker County judge on Monday ruled that Gov. Kate Brown’s restrictions on religious gatherings as well as her other “Stay Home Save Lives” coronavirus orders are “null and void” because they exceed a 28-day limit — potentially throwing statewide pandemic response plans into disarray.
Less than three hours later, the governor’s office appealed to the state Supreme Court to keep her emergency orders in effect.
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