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  • Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches ( California )

    03/20/2021 11:30:14 AM PDT · by george76 · 8 replies
    Citizen Reporter ^ | March 17, 2021. | George Miller
    Ventura County just announced that it is dropping lawsuits against the remaining five businesses which had resisted COVID lockdown restrictions. BUT, not churches as we learned today from a VC church... .. Per Emily Gardner, Principal Assistant County Counsel, the businesses are: The 5 most recently dismissed cases involved the following businesses: The Original Pizza Cookery Oxnard Bootcamp LLC (referred to as Colosseum Bootcamp) House of Gains Gym, Inc. (referred to as House of Gains) Mrs. Olson’s Coffee Hut Westlake Fitness LLC (referred to as Anytime Fitness Westlake) The previously dismissed cases involved the following businesses: Endo Fitness TO LLC...
  • CA Pastor Reclassifies Church as 'Strip Club' So That It Can Open for Services During COVID

    11/27/2020 12:23:46 PM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 23 replies
    The Federalist Papers ^ | November 27, 2020 | C. Douglas Golden
    Multiple religious congregations have sued the state of California over its COVID-19 restrictions, arguing that they broach the First Amendment’s protections on the ability to worship freely. Strip clubs have also gone to court, arguing the limitations curb their right to free speech. The latter group has succeeded, which might be the most California thing ever. In a ruling dated Nov. 6, San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel R. Wohlfeil wrote that the state couldn’t stop clubs from “being allowed to provide live adult entertainment” in San Diego County, saying that the “harm to plaintiffs if the application is denied...
  • CA Churches Fined for Worship

    08/26/2020 6:30:47 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 8 replies
    VENTURA, CA – California Pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Thousand Oaks appeared before Judge Vincent O’Neill in Superior Court of Ventura County on Friday, August 21 and was held in contempt of court. Godspeak Calvary Chapel was fined $500 per three services, for two Sundays, or a total of $3,000. Pastor McCoy received an order from a Ventura state judge on Friday, August 7, banning the church’s in-person services. Superior Court Judge Matthew Guasco issued a temporary restraining order to Pastor Rob McCoy, the Church, and Does 1-1000, along with anyone “acting in concert with them” who...