U.S. And French High Courts Approach Coronavirus Restrictions On Religious Services Very Differently

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By demanding that the government justify gathering size limits at religious services based on public health, the French Council of State is appealing to reason and compromise; ensure non-discriminatory application of public health measures and the use of non-arbitrary limits. ▶ Full story on forbes.com
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