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Covid-19

A federal judge ruled that Indianapolis bars and nightclubs cannot sue the city for enforcing a county-wide public health order prohibiting public gatherings in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The city cannot be held responsible for an order it did not issue, without evidence that the city worked in conjunction with the county to impose restrictions on nightlife establishments.

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal judge ruled that Indianapolis bars and nightclubs cannot sue the city for enforcing a county-wide public health order prohibiting public gatherings to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The city cannot be held responsible for an order it did not issue, without evidence that the city worked in conjunction with the county to impose restrictions on nightlife establishments.

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