The Sunflower State must now cope with pesky voters amid a public health crackdown that doesn't seem to be working.
They might call this the "Karen" law if only because of the captivating online video it will provide . . .
But as the Kansas Supreme Court now mulls over the matter, it granted Attorney General Derek Schmidt's request that Johnson County District Judge David Hauber's ruling be stayed. That means, once again in Kansas, individuals or businesses aggrieved by a public health order can file a complaint. Then a government agency, like a school board, must prove they are protecting public health in the least restrictive means possible.
Again, all within 72 hours.
Schmidt called the ruling welcome and said: "The district court's ruling had created unnecessary confusion about Kansas emergency management laws at a time when the rise in COVID cases makes certainty and stability in the law even more critical."
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SHAWNEE, Kan. - It was in. Then out and now back in, at least, for now. We are talking about the beleaguered Senate Bill 40. The Kansas Supreme Court said once again it is the law of the land. What this means is that parents can again start demanding school districts hold hearings on COVID-19 rules including masking.