Legal push back as the pandemic evolves isn't going well.
Here's an important line that stands out amid the debate over COVID masks in schools . . .
“Plaintiff has failed to show that its claimed injuries are concrete and particularized and has only shown that its injuries are conjectural and hypothetical,” United States district judge Fernando J. Gaitan Jr. wrote, in part, in his opinion.
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A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit challenging mask mandates and quarantine guidelines in seven Northland school districts, along with mask mandates in the city of Kansas City and North Kansas City.The judge, in a written court opinion, told the Northland Parent Association it did not do enough to prove children represented in the lawsuit would be harmed by the continuation of mask policies inside schools."Plaintiff has failed to show that its claimed injuries are concrete and particularized and has only shown that its injuries are conjectural and hypothetical," United States district judge Fernando J.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A judge has dismissed a Northland parent group's lawsuit over mask mandates in Kansas City area school districts. In August, the Northland Parent Association sued more than a dozen Missouri school districts and boards of education over indoor mask mandates.
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