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BATON ROUGE, La. — A federal court in Louisiana dismissed lawsuits challenging Louisiana’s pandemic-related limits on crowd sizes for indoor gatherings, finding the requested injunction is a “moot point” because the challenged restrictions have already expired. The court also determined claims for damages fail because “there is not now, and never has been, ‘a clearly established’ right to unrestricted religious assembly.”