Charlotte/Mecklenburg Sued Over Social Distancing Citations to ProLife Activists

CHARLOTTE – Social distancing restrictions implemented by municipalities have been some of the most egregious examples of government overreach during the coronavirus pandemic panic. From blocking access to non-residents, to curfews, to arresting and citing Pro-Life advocates for simply praying outside an abortion clinic while minding social distancing policies.

On account of the latter, the Queen City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are being sued.

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The inconsistent enforcement of these social distancing orders has manifested in some groups being targeted more than others. Churchgoers and Pro-Life activists have been some of those targets, and we hope the courts are able to clarify for local government exactly what the constitution means.

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