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David Stras David Stras testifies during his confirmation hearing in 2017. Credit: Diego M. Radzinschi / ALM

A federal appeals court on Friday revived a constitutional challenge brought by a Minnesota couple who won’t shoot wedding videos for same-sex partners, teeing up a new dispute for the U.S. Supreme Court confronting a clash between state civil rights laws and religious protections.

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