He also noted that he has removed some of the restrictions as the current dispute is pending.
“The basic thing is, you know why the court decides on an issue – in other cases where the same argument was put forward they decided several months ago – why come to rule a case. Do you make a different decision on the same issue than you did several months ago? I think it was a court statement, “he said.
“I agree with people who say this is a different court. They wanted to issue a statement that it is a different court. That is the statement they make, I understand that,” he said.
The case against city and state officials seeking to prevent the spread of Govt-19 is the latest in a string of religious groups, and it highlights the impact of Judge Amy Connie Barrett in court. This result comes as corona virus cases are on the rise across the country.
At the end of the night, Barrett got into a dispute with his conservative colleagues, while Chief Justice John Roberts joined in the disagreement with three liberal judges.
Last spring and summer, before the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the court split 5-4 in similar cases from California and Nevada, with Roberts and the Liberals majority against the synagogue. Barrett was confirmed in October to take Ginsburg’s seat.
These regulations limited the number of people who could attend religious services.
In a key, unsigned opinion, the majority Roman Catholic diocese of Brooklyn and the United States ruled in favor of Israel in Agutad, arguing that these restrictions violated the First Amendment’s free exercise rule, because the regulations treated places of worship more comparably. Secular facilities.
The majority of these rules are “much more restrictive than any Govt-related rules that have come before the court before, much tighter than accepted by many jurisdictions that have been severely affected by the epidemic, and even more stringent than have been shown to” prevent the spread of the virus “in religious services in question.
Restrictions on attendance are divided by geographical zones into areas classified as “red” or “orange” zones.
The Cumo decision is not final and it now restricts controls as the appeal continues.
“It doesn’t affect our mass collection rules,” he said. “It does not specify the overall limits.”