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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Should religious organizations be exempt from coronavirus rules?

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a split decision late Wednesday that New York's restrictions on houses of worship violated the constitution.

The state argued it has the legal ability to restrict church activities to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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  1. Not only religion, but also the freedom to assemble and to petition government for redress of grievances, among several other rights being violated. The US Constitution is the law of the land. It supersedes all other law. There is no “except for plague” clause anywhere in it. The tyranny inflicted, excused by a disease, is illegal on its face. It is in fact a federal felony to use the color of law to violate anyone’s Constitutionally guaranteed rights, per 18 USC section 242. It’s a short and easy to understand statute. You should look it up.

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