[Ed. – Weddings, church worship services, concerts, school – soon we’re going to have to redesignate everything positive and uplifting that people do as “protest,” just so we can do it – or do it with more than 10-50 people present.]
A federal appeals court Friday granted New York’s attempts to block weddings from having more than 50 people.
The ruling thwarted efforts by at least one couple to have a large wedding this weekend …
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on June 24 loosened restrictions on gatherings to allow as many as 50 people to congregate as he slowly reopened the economy due to coronavirus.
Two western New York couples sued, arguing in part that the executive order is inconsistent with other orders that allows restaurants to have up to 50% of capacity.