Mississippi mayor reverses, will allow drive-in church with windows up


Because controversy over churches holding some sort of services during the corona shut downs a mayor in Mississippi is now relenting on his order Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted papers siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred

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