Julie Watson

reporter for the Associated Press

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Protests and church services are still allowed under California’s COVID-19 restrictions because they’re protected speech.

Strip clubs in San Diego may stay open while bars and restaurants are closed during COVID, judge decides

Protests and church services are still allowed under California’s COVID-19 restrictions because they’re protected speech.

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