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SALEM, OR -- Governor Kate Brown's executive orders on businesses and churches remain in effect. Last night (Monday), the Oregon Supreme Court issued a stay blocking a ruling by a judge in Baker County. Attorney Kevin Mannix represents a group of churches that sued the governor. Mannix argued the governor's order is based on a law that only allows her emergency order to remain in effect for 28 days and since that time has passed the order is no longer valid. The Supreme Court issued a stay which keeps the governor's order in effect until the case goes to trial.

 

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