A bill that requires people in Quebec who give or receive any public service to uncover their faces could become law as soon as Wednesday.

The Liberal government's religious neutrality bill was debated for hours Tuesday at the National Assembly. The vote was expected in the evening but has instead been put off until tomorrow.

If passed, people who offer or receive public services would be banned from wearing face coverings such as the niqab.

Many important details still need to be crafted, and its implications may be decided by the courts.

Here's a closer look at Bill 62 and what comes next.

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