Oklahoma House Passes Bill That Would Prohibit Closing Places Of Worship In 80-18 Vote
The Oklahoma House overwhelmingly passed a bill Wednesday that would ban the government from closing churches and places of worship in scenarios like the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act passed the state’s House of Representatives 80-18 and now heads to the state’s Senate.
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