- Aug 28, 2016
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Again the law itself is not unconstitutional.I'm not interesting in arguments like this. No one argued or ruled that building capacity limits couldn't be enacted. It was argued they could not be unfairly enforced thereby restricting someone's rights.Show me precedent where building capacity limits have been deemed unconstitutional. Not the unfair enforcement but the laws themselves.Whether you understand it or not, it is. But in the end it's irrelevant. It's unconstitutional however you want to argue it.Then it's not a first amendment issueWHich is what this was ruled on.Fair point.25% or 10 people. Rules that are not in place for a place of business. If you can spread it at church, you can spread it at work.People are still free to practice their religion just not in huge crowds.
The building capacity laws should be equal.
So all that needs to be done is to put the same limits on all buildings open to the public. Problem solved.