Federal judge blocks Kansas limits on religious gatherings


There's been much debate on how houses of worship should conduct business during the pandemic a court ruling on Saturday struck down the Kansas governor's order on religious gathering a federal judge in Wichita is blocking governor Laura Kelly's order that limits attendance in person religious worship services to ten people or fewer to check the spread of the corona virus but the judge also ruled that those assembling must comply with social distancing and other public health protocols which the plaintiffs says the judge indicated they are prepared to do ABC's chucks Iverson just this past Saturday the Kansas Supreme Court ruled in favor of the governor keeping her order in place for Easter

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