(by Michael Kane | Children’s Health Defense) – For the second time in two weeks, New York’s 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of New York City educators seeking religious exemptions to COVID vaccine mandates. On Nov. 28, the court ruled most New York City Department of Education (DOE) employees denied a religious exemption and placed on unpaid leave must be allowed to reapply for an exemption under a new process. The latest ruling extended the court’s Nov. 13 decision that the 15 plaintiffs who sued New York Mayor Bill De Blasio (Kane v. De Blasio) and the City of New York (Keil v. The […]

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