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A controversial ban on holding church meetings in private homes in a rapidly-growing town in Arizona could be rescinded as early as next week, officials say.
Gilbert, Ariz., Mayor John Lewis said members of the city's Town Council have asked town officials to stop enforcing the ban until permanent changes can be made at a March 23 meeting -- or possibly earlier.
"We welcome their input and suggestions to ensure that church groups are able to meet and enjoy their Constitutional rights,"