California Judge Suspends Gov. Newsom’s Ban On Indoor Religious Services


A priest locked in an extended struggle with the state of California won a major victory Thursday after a judge temporarily suspended coronavirus restrictions on in-person worship.

A California superior court ruled that state restrictions constituted “a total and complete ban of indoor religious services” in many parts of the state. Judge Gregory Pulskamp suspended the restrictions pending a full trial.

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