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Federal Court: Trump's "Conscience Act" exceeds authority but does not violate the Establishment Clause


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In a 147-page ruling issued today, New York Federal Judge Paul Engelmayer found that the Trump administration's "conscience act" exceeded the president's authority but did not violate the Establishment Clause. Given its procedural defects, the rule was invalidated in its entirety. 

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