A New York state judge said in a new decision that the Legislature acted with “apparent callous disregard” when it approved a new law this year that eliminated religious exemptions to vaccines for children attending school or day care, and that the implementation has been “draconian.”

Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert Wiggins from Steuben County declined to grant a preliminary injunction against the law, but didn’t hold back his opinion of the Legislature.

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