BREAKING: Quebec Superior Court upholds most of secularism law, Bill 21

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Superior Court upholds secularism law, with exceptions

Quebec Superior Court has upheld most of Bill 21, the provincial government's secularism law, except as it applies to MNAs, and school boards in the English sector.
The law bans the wearing of religious symbols by government employees in positions of authority, including teachers, police officers and others.  
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