Opponents might get another chance to block a Mississippi law that lets government workers or private businesspeople cite religious beliefs to deny services to gay or lesbian couples.
On Monday, a federal judge reopened conversations with lawyers about a lawsuit that could become a vehicle for that challenge.
Mississippi’s statue is considered the broadest religious-objections state law enacted since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in 2015.
A federal appeals court has cleared the way for the law to take effect Friday.
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