New York state is pushing back against a federal court ruling that banned the state from enforcing a 50-person gathering limit on two weddings. 

One of the weddings has since taken place, but court documents say the second one is scheduled in Western New York later this month and would include about 175 people—an event the state health commissioner is warning “could revive the spread of coronavirus in New York State.”

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