Earlier this summer, Governor Cuomo's office laid out new regulations for wedding venues/receptions in New York state

According to a recent article from syracuse.com a federal judge rejected the governor's regulations. As syracuse.com points out:

The couples argued that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s limit of 50 people at gatherings, including weddings, violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments by “forbidding them to preside or participate in religious weddings according to the dictates of their conscious and religious beliefs,

This is good news for my friends who have been engaged and had their plans adjusted. In fact, I am still pacing to officiate my first wedding on Saturday September 19th.

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