BREAKING: Supreme Court rules against Newsom’s ban on indoor church services

In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court has struck down Gov. Newsom’s ban on indoor church services. Chief Justice Roberts said it “appears to reflect not expertise or discretion, but instead insufficient appreciation or consideration of the interests at stake.”

The 3 liberal justices – Sotomayor, Brenner and Kagan dissented.

Churches across California can now hold limited capacity in-person services in the purple tier after The U.S Supreme court overruled Newsom.

The 25% limit on capacity at services will still be in effect.

Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote for himself and Thomas “apparently, California is the only State in the country that has gone so far as to ban all indoor religious services.”

He added “when a State so obviously targets religion for differential treatment, our job becomes that much clearer.”