Very smart readers told us this was coming and legal ramifications are now underway despite an uptick in COVID cases . . .
Here's the highlight . . .
"I hereby demand that you immediately cease and desist enforcement of any and all mandates, written or verbal, imposing student masking requirements, forced or coerced vaccinations, quarantines or other “health orders” that in any way inhibit or prohibit a student from exercising their right to a free and open education as guaranteed by the Missouri Constitution," the AG's office letter said.
The school district's receiving the letters include:
- Platte County R-III School District
- Odessa R-VII School District
- Liberty School District
- North Kansas City Schools
- Sedalia School District
- Lee’s Summit R-VII School District
- Smithville R-II School District
- Kansas City Public School District
- Harrisonville R-IX School District
- Lone Jack School District
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
Several Kansas City-area school districts have received cease-and-desist letters from the attorney general's office over COVID-19 masking policies.Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt asked parents to call out school districts that continue to enforce mask mandates.Schmitt said school districts are continuing to violate a recent Cole County Circuit Court order by
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - County health departments across Missouri are scrambling to interpret a letter Tuesday from Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt regarding mask and vaccine mandates. A spokesperson for the Platte County Health Department said they are no longer able to provide any advice to the county's school districts on matters of quarantine.
Here are the latest COVID-19 updates around the Kansas City metro area, and in Kansas and Missouri: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9MISSOURI: TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES: 757,560 (+2,475) CONFIRMED DEATHS: 12,708 (+14) 7-DAY PERCENT POSITIVE: 12.8% TOTAL VACCINE DOSES ADMINISTERED: 7,442,433 PERCENT OF POPULATION WITH 1 DOSE: 59.1% PERCENT OF POPULATION WITH 2
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