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Briana Last is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She studies the public mental health system in Philadelphia.
On the surface, Fulton v. Philadelphia poses a question about religious conscience—but its proponents hope it will enable conservatives to pick and choose which laws they have to follow.
Joanna Wuest, Briana Last
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