The Justice Department sued the University of Vermont Medical Center after a nurse there was allegedly coerced into helping with an abortion in 2017, against her stated conscientious objection to doing so.
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The Trump administration has intervened on a number of occasions when pandemic-era policies have transgressed against liberty protections.
The July 28 guidance clarifies that faith-based groups offering secular services cannot be disqualified from federal assistance purely on their religious status.
Montgomery County is still restricting religious services to just drive-in or remote services, according to the June 1 Executive Order No. 070-20.
The loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) were initially set up in March under the CARES Act, as an emergency measure to help eligible small businesses and non-profits keep employees on payroll during the pandemic.
Bishops have noted that pornography juggernaut Pornhub has made waves in the past few months by offering free “premium” subscriptions to its content to people in countries on lockdown during the pandemic.
At the Palm Sunday service, a police officer entered the church and told attendees they were in violation of the governor’s order, threatening arrest for attendees who violated the order in the future.
The case of photographer Chelsey Nelson is currently before a federal district court in Kentucky.