New York Attorney General Letitia James filed for an injunction on Friday to stop the adoption of a federal rule that would allow businesses and their employees to avoid providing necessary health care to patients based on their religious beliefs or moral convictions.

The rule, which is set to go into effect next month, is already the subject of several lawsuits, including one from James that claimed the change would lead to discriminatory practices among health care providers.

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