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Supreme Court unanimously rules in favor of Catholic Social Services in religious freedom case


The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled in favor of Catholic Social Services who sued the city of Philadelphia after their contract to provide foster care services was not renewed because they would not place children in households with same-sex parents. Catholic Social Services argued that the decision violated their religious freedom. NBC's Pete Williams has details.