[The churches represented in the lawsuit] have so far respected the governor’s order banning gatherings of more than 25 people and discouraging Oregonians from being around more than 10 people at a time, according to [attorney] Hacke. But the churches no longer believe such an order is justified, the suit says.
Tuesday morning. At some point yesterday, the Oregon Supreme Court did indeed-- am not sure what the correct phrase is-- tell the circuit court judge, in defense of Governor Brown's orderings and decreeings, to go jump in a lake (in one of the now open state parks). We shall see.