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New Hampshire law ensures churches stay open in emergency

August 20, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: Governor Chris Sununu of New Hampshire has signed legislation to ensure that church services will remain accessible in the state even if other institutions are shut down by a public-health emergency. The bill states that “any powers activated pursuant to a state of emergency shall not prohibit in-person gatherings at established houses of worship...”

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