Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is suing the Republican-led panel of state lawmakers after it overturned her executive order this week banning large gathering in churches in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.The state’s seven-member Legislative Coordinating Council, composed of House and Senate leaders, said the Democratic governor overstepped her authority before voting 5-2 Wednesday.Senate President Susan Wagle called the order a “blatant violation, of our fundamental rights,” according to the Topeka Capital-Journal.CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEGiven how time-sensitive the crisis has become, Kelly’s attorneys are asking the Kansas Supreme Court to expedite the challenge to the council vote and declare it unconstitutional. They also want to court to enjoin the panel from taking another vote related to her emergency powers.“The last thing I want right now is a legal battle,” Kelly said at a Thursday news conference. “But as I said yesterday, Kansas lives are on the line and I took an oath to uphold and defend the constitution.”Health officials fear religious services could lead to an uptick in COVID-19 cases, The Wichita Eagle reported. Three of the state’s 12 coronavirus clusters have been traced to church gatherings.On Tuesday, Kelly announced

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