Like it or not, the ambitious law man and U.S. Senate candidate might very well pick up some support in Eastern Jack for this power move.
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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt called the mandate unlawful, arbitrary and capricious.
The lawsuit names Jackson County Executive Frank White, the Jackson County Health Department, and others.
Jackson County’s mask mandate is yet another attempt by government officials to obtain, aggregate, and maintain power. Requiring residents to wear a mask, especially in the face of a widely available vaccine, is ridiculous,” Schmitt said. “My Office will continue our fight against government overreach and intrusion.”
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Thursday that he has filed a lawsuit against Jackson County over their current mask mandate, similar to his suit against Kansas City, Missouri. Jackson County's current indoor mask mandate went into effect Aug. 9 and is set to expire after 30 days.
Missouri's attorney general has filed a lawsuit over Jackson County's mask mandate.Attorney General Eric Schmitt said the lawsuit was filed Thursday to stop enforcement of the order.Jackson County Executive Frank White, the Jackson County Health Department and others were named in the lawsuit."Jackson County's mask mandate is yet another attempt by government officials to obtain, aggregate, and maintain power.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed yet another lawsuit seeking to block a local mask mandate implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19, this time targeting Jackson County. The lawsuit is similar to the ones Schmitt has filed against Kansas City and St. Louis County, which also imposed mask mandates.
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