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In CA: Can anyone or anything, even the coronavirus, take away your right to sing?

USATODAY.com Saturday, 11 July 2020 ()
There are no signs caseloads are easing in California and across the Southwest. And as schools furiously debate reopening and how, a rumor swirls about whether vaccines are required (I hate to give away the end, but they're not. More on that later). Plus: Is singing in church a constitutional right?
 
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