Attorneys fighting to overturn a new state law in New York that prohibits parents from seeking a religious exemption to vaccines for their children to attend school took another shot Wednesday at pausing the statute while students prepare to go back to classes in just a few short weeks.

They argued in Albany County Supreme Court that, if the law isn’t put on hold, their clients will be deprived of their right to an education, which is prescribed in the state Constitution.

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