NYC churches once again win right to hold services in public schools; another appeal planned
from The Associated Press via The Washington Post
Churches won back the right to hold services in New York City's public schools when a federal judge issued an injunction against its no-worship policy. The city said it would immediately appeal, guaranteeing that a case that has gone back and forth for 17 years will continue. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled in Manhattan, N.Y., that a tiny evangelical Christian church, the Bronx Household of Faith, has a good chance of ultimately winning its lawsuit claiming the policy violates freedom of religion.
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