Today , critical decisions by low-rent Kansas City public officials will likely determine the local dress code for remainder of the year.

To wit . . .


Local media and health officials have done a horrible job of selling masks as advice is often contradictory, highly politicized and confusing.

Fact is, medical masks are a harmless accessory worn throughout they day by countless medical pros and a diverse cross-section of people in Asian countries for YEARS despite the hysterics of plebs on "many sides" of this issue.

Nevertheless . . . 

As a resource and so that our KICK-ASS READERS here at www.TonysKansasCity.com can exchange insults with each other rather than bothering friends & family . . . We share this link collection on the controversial topic . . .

3 Kansas City-area school districts, 2 county commissions to revisit mask policies Thursday

another round of new mask rules tonight. This time they affect a big concert in Kansas City. Good evening. I'm laura Morris and I'm chris cats. If you're going to see Garth brooks at Arrowhead, saturday night, bring a mask.

Parents, doctors renew push for universal masking in Johnson County, Kansas schools

There is a renewed push from parents and doctors in Johnson County, Kansas, to make masks required in schools but the plan is being met with pushback."There is this large group that supports science and supports the expert opinions," said Dr. Melissa Gener.Gener sent a letter signed by 200 other

Johnson County to vote on mask mandate for all elementary schools

OLATHE, Kan. - Commissioners in Johnson County, Kansas, are buckling in for another round of discussion on masks. The proposal before the board during Thursday morning's meeting would require masking for elementary-age students in local school districts. The new public health order would put the mandate in effect in both public and private schools.

Mask mandate fight spurs heated words between Missouri attorney general, Kansas City mayor

The war of words is escalating between Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas over mask mandates.Schmitt said that he's fighting "top-down" government authority with his mask mandate lawsuits.The attorney general said Missourians have the right to make their own decision about whether to wear a mask."And not have the government mandating individuals who have been vaccinated having to wear masks all day long," Schmitt said.He also said that face masks on kids under 12 are not that effective.

Masks could soon be required in Johnson County, Kansas schools

OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- Masks could soon be required in Johnson County, Kansas schools. The health directive on the agenda Thursday for the board of commissioners only specifies masks for kindergarten through sixth grade. It's aimed at protecting those younger than 12 who are not eligible to get the vaccine.

Prairie Village City Council debates issuing a citywide mask mandate

PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. - Prairie Village could soon issue a city-wide mask mandate. On Monday, Prairie Village City Councilmember Jori Nelson proposed the city create a new mask policy to combat the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the community. "We simply can't wait for the county, other municipalities or the state legislature to do the right thing.

Kansas City Medical Society supports universal masking in schools

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Medical Society is the latest group to urge mandatory masking in school classrooms, calling the COVID-19 delta variant a "game changer with unknown long-term effects on our children." KC Medical Society President Scott Kujath said in a letter dated Aug.

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