Calif. county ended church services, now allows them
December 29, 2016
Just outside Oroville, California, Christians have been holding meetings in a barn so that a diverse congregation could come together and worship under one roof.
Brad Dacus, who heads the Pacific Justice Institute, explained that the property owner soon ran into trouble with local officials.
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