Houston lawyer Jared Woodfill, no stranger to controversial cases, is at it again with a legal challenge claiming Harris County’s COVID-19 stay-home order violates religious liberty rights.

Woodfill has made headlines in the past by fighting against Houston’s LGBT anti-discrimination ordinance and objecting to the city granting benefits to same-sex spouses of city employees.

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