Some local Virginia lawmakers are considering a measure that would limit the amount of people at home gatherings.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports:
"A lawsuit waiting to happen" -- that's what one Fairfax County, Virginia supervisor says about a plan to ban "frequent, large gatherings in neighborhood homes there". Public comment hearings start on Wednesday.
The proposed zoning ordinance limits "group assembly" at homes to 49 people a day. If the law passes, those gatherings wouldn't be allowed more often than three times in a 40-day period.
County officials say they've gotten complaints about group meetings in homes.
Supervisor Pat Herrity says only six such complaints were received last year.
Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.