Circumcision Regulations Approved in New York City

The New York City Board of Health passed a regulation that will require consent from parents before an infant can have a form of Jewish ritual circumcision, in which the circumciser uses his mouth to remove blood from the incision.
September 14, 2012
 

The New York City Board of Health passed a regulation that will require consent from parents before an infant can have a form of Jewish ritual circumcision, in which the circumciser uses his mouth to remove blood from the incision.

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