(Updated with comments from the governor, the House speaker and the Senate president with edits throughout and further CLARIFIES that the order applies to two churches)
A federal judge early Saturday night temporarily blocked part of Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order limiting the size of religious gatherings at churches as she tries to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
U.S. District Judge John Broomes agreed to a temporary restraining order for two churches so long as their religious activities comply with a series of social . . .
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