Statement on Gov. Cooper’s Absurd Church Ruling

  • By order of the State, enclosed buildings that house commercial establishments may operate at 50 percent occupancy.
  • By order of the State, identical buildings that hold worship services may only operate at a capacity of 10 people — unless there is a dead body inside the building, at which time the house of worship may operate with 50 people.
  • By order of the state, an unspecified religious service may operate at full capacity if that religion’s rules require indoor meetings of more than 10 people in the same room, which means the State is deciding which religions may worship freely and which may not.

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