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Court upholds New York’s repeal of religious exemption from vaccination requirement

March 24, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: “Significantly, the 11 statements alleged to suggest religious hostility were attributed to only five of the over 200 legislators in office at any given time,” the state appellate court ruled. “The repeal relieves public school officials from the challenge of distinguishing sincere expressions of religious beliefs from those that may be fabricated.”

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  • Posted by: Randal Mandock - Mar. 24, 2021 11:07 AM ET USA

    The case for good private schools and homeschooling advances. The Vatican's interpretation of the moral object of mandatory vaccination by wrongly-derived Covid vaccines is not making life any easier for those who will not cooperate in evil, no matter how remote, passive, material. Fear, panic, lack of trust in God? Conformity to the zeitgeist? Are these the characteristics of a Church that would choose martyrdom over a principled beginning of a rejection of the culture of relativism and hatred?