Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson authored an op-ed for the Deseret News on December 29, 2021. An excerpt follows:
"Omicron is still raging across the country, but this holiday season it was houses of worship, not the state, that decided whether to gather or move celebrations online.
"Governors and mayors are still issuing restrictions in the name of safeguarding the public, like requiring vaccine passports. But they are not shuttering houses of worship the way they did early in the pandemic.
"That may be because last year, the U.S. Supreme Court erected a firewall around religious liberty. And that firewall appears to be holding."
Read the full piece at deseret.com
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