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Justice Department intervenes in Mississippi church’s lawsuit for breaking up ‘drive-in’ service

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The Justice Department intervened Tuesday to help a Mississippi church that filed a lawsuit after local police broke up a “drive-in service” and fined attendees, declaring churches have as at least as much right to operate as essential businesses.

In a federal court filing, the Justice Department said targeting the …

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