Poland's Constitutional court has upheld a law mandating that livestock be stunned before it is slaughtered. The law, in effect, bars traditional Jewish and Muslim methods of slaughter, which require an animal to be conscious when its throat is slit. The government had exempted religious groups from that law, but the court's ruling makes those waivers illegal.
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