Iowa Church Victorious in Dispute Over “Public Accommodations” Law

An Iowa church is dismissing its lawsuit against state officials and the city of Des Moines, after a federal judge issued a ruling protecting churches from government censorship and control. On October 14, a federal district court held that churches are not public accommodations subject to government control and that state officials have no business determining which church activities are ‘religious enough’ and which aren’t.

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