The Kansas Supreme Court on Saturday morning struggled with a "huge" flaw in a resolution giving legislative leaders the power to revoke an executive order limiting the size of church activities to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Convening in an unusual Saturday session through a video conference call, the justices zeroed in on a section of the resolution ratifying the governor's emergency powers to respond to the public health emergency facing the state.
The hearing, for the most part, lacked much discussion about broad issues of religious freedom, executive power and political bartering and instead focused on the . . .
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