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A New York City resolution requiring measles immunizations for anyone over the age of six months who was living, working or attending school or a child care center was lawful and does not violate petitioners’ freedom of religion, an appeals court in New York ruled.

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A New York City resolution requiring measles immunizations for anyone over the age of 6 months who was living, working or attending school or a child care center, was lawful and does not violate petitioners’ freedom of religion, an appeals court in New York ruled

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