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The United States is letting each individual state take the lead to determine how stay-at-home orders are implemented. In states like Texas and Florida, the government has carved out exceptions for religious services. Despite warnings from public health officials, some religious leaders are going forward with in-person services. 

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Conservative lawyer Harmeet K. Dhillon, like some other conservatives, sees religious freedom as a fundamental right. 

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Critics argue there are ways to practice religion at home—many churches are turning to live streams to hold services at a distance.  

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Nevada has taken a stricter approach as well in order to protect the lives of residents. 

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