Circuit Remands Circumcision Case for 'Strict Scrutiny'
A New York City law requiring parental consent and acknowledgment of the health risks of "bris milah," a ritual circumcision practice in which a mohel orally draws blood from the wound, is subject to "strict scrutiny" analysis, a federal appellate court held Friday.
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