A group of educators in New York City who were fired for refusing to get the experimental COVID-19 shots will get their jobs back along with back-pay, a judge ruled Wednesday. The decision will only apply to the group of 10 plaintiffs, but could set an important precedent for future lawsuits.

In a 22-page opinion handed down Wednesday, New York State Supreme Court Judge Ralph J. Porzio ruled that the decision to “summarily” deny religious accommodation requests was “arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable,” Fox News reported.

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