A federal judge in Rochester has rejected a last-ditch effort by one of the country’s largest unions to bar the Trump administration from enforcing a series of executive orders the group said is designed to weaken the power of government unions and make it easier to have their members fired.

U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Wolford of the Western District of New York allowed the orders to take effect but said she will consider another effort to strike them down later this month.

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