The United States Supreme Court has rejected the request of a Nevada church to halt an extremely discriminatory COVID-19 measure. The case, Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley v. Sisolak, was a 5-4 decision.
The Nevada edict places a 50-person cap on church services, regardless of the size of the church building, but places a 50 percent cap on casinos, bars, movie theaters, and other businesses.
For perspective, a casino with a maximum building occupancy of 1,000 is capped at 500. But a church with the same maximum building capacity is capped at 50. There were no typos there. The edict is literally that bad.
Once again, Chief Justice Roberts joined The Court’s left wing – without comment.
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