The new law ensures that Kentucky churches can stay open even during a lockdown situation.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky (LifeSiteNews) – The Governor of Kentucky has signed legislation stating that churches are essential during declared states of emergency.
Governor Andy Beshear signed the bill into law on April 5.
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The new law means that churches will stay open during any emergency situation, such as one resembling the lockdowns that were enacted due to the declared pandemic.
On Tuesday, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear signed a bill into law that would treat churches as “essential” if an emergency order is issued.— StridentConservative (@StridentConserv) April 8, 2022
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