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June 22, 2024

SCOTUS denied without prejudice emergency injunction in Churches v. Pritzker

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On May 29, 2020

Washington, D.C. (ECWd) –

The United States Supreme Court DENIED the Emergency Motion for Injunction against Illinois Governor Pritzker.

In ELIM ROMANIAN CHURCH, ET AL. V. PRITZKER – the Injunction Motion was denied without prejudice, which means anytime the situation changes, the Churches can bring the Motion again.

This decision comes the day after Pritzker eliminated any restrictions on religious establishments in Illinois.

From the Denial:

The application for injunctive relief presented to Justice Kavanaugh and by him referred to the Court is denied.”

“The Illinois Department of Public Health issued new guidance on May 28. The denial is without prejudice to Applicants filing a new motion for appropriate relief if circumstances warrant.


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  • jannie
    Posted at 21:50h, 29 May Reply

    It’d be interesting to know how much taxpayer money these lawsuits are costing. Also, how much these churches and others are kicking out in pay to the lawyers. Well, at least the lawyers have jobs. Ha Ha.

  • HT
    Posted at 23:02h, 29 May Reply

    If tyrant like this government didn’t overstep its authority, people wouldn’t have to go to court to preserve their rights.

  • Jane
    Posted at 05:32h, 30 May Reply

    Doesn’t matter, Jannie. Pritz folded, churches opened. We can worship freely again. #Win!

  • condortool
    Posted at 10:37h, 31 May Reply

    So out with the constitution. We are being governed by the whim of those in power. Dangerous times ahead.

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