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NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A federal court in Connecticut dismissed a complaint challenging a state law that imposes vaccine requirements for public and private school students. The plaintiffs claimed a portion of the law limiting religious exemptions was unconstitutional, but the court ruled vaccine requirements for school enrollment do not violate the Free Exercise Clause and are “rationally related to a legitimate state purpose.”

Read the opinion here.

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