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What are the biggest differences between Orthodox and Conservative Judaism, practically speaking?

I’ve heard it said on this sub a number of times that on paper, Conservative Judaism has mostly the same understanding of halakha as Orthodox Judaism. However, every time someone says this, it seems like they are implying there are big differences not on paper.

What are the biggest differences, in practice? I have heard about more egalitarianism and women rabbbis… what other big differences are there? Is it mainly cultural differences? Or are there other specific differences in interpretation of Jewish law?

Thanks in advance for helping me understand!

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