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AG Barr Says DOJ Will Take “Action” Against States Singling Out Religious Services


It’s official: the Department of Justice has put states discriminating against churches on notice.

Kerri Kupec, the spokesperson for Attorney General Bill Barr, issued a statement on Twitter: “Expect action from DOJ next week!”

Tensions were high all of Holy Week leading towards Easter, which is arguably the most important holiday in the Christian calendar.

States and cities have attempted to ban churches from even having drive-in meetings, where congregants stay in their individual vehicles.

On church in Mississippi even had its members fined $500 per car for attending the service.

Now, AG Barr appears poised to step-in in defense of the First Amendment.

More details on this late breaking news below:



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