Nevada to Pay Church $175,000 Following Lawsuit over COVID-19 Worship Restrictions

Milton Quintanilla | Contributor for ChristianHeadlines.com | Friday, June 11, 2021

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Nevada to Pay Church $175,000 Following Lawsuit over COVID-19 Worship Restrictions

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The state of Nevada has agreed to pay a church $175,000 in legal fees after placing restrictions on houses of worship during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to The Christian Post, the Nevada Board of Examiners unanimously approved a request from the Office of the Attorney General to pay Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley $175,000 as the result of a tort claim.

Susan Brown, chief of the Board, explained that the payment was “to comply with the consent decree in this case that requires the state of Nevada to pay a reasonable attorney fees,” adding that the “cost will come out of the tort claim fund.

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