Legislator Crystal Williams Champions Jackson County COVID Mask Mandate

Today one of the most unpopular elected officials in local history leads an effort to mask suburbanite youngsters.

Again, there have been LEGIT debates about masking for youngsters and students . . . And the "science" hasn't had much to say about trauma and mental health consequences of long-term masking for youngsters.

Legislator Crystal Williams doesn't have any documented medical training but she's making an authoritative statement on her political effort nevertheless . . .

“Helping keep kids safe is always a priority. I fully support the ordinance at the request of over 200 blue springs schools parents, teachers and supporters who recently signed a petition asking the Jackson County Legislature to do so. There are also many more still concerned with the danger COVID poses to unvaccinated children,” said Crystal Williams, 2nd District At-Large Legislator.

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Jackson County mask mandate for schools may be going back into effect

KANSAS CITY, Mo - After Monday, every student in Jackson County may have to wear a mask again. The legislators are set to meet Monday morning at 10 a.m. It was just more than 2 weeks ago that masking students across the county was up for a discussion, that ordinance didn't have the votes, but now with this back up for debate, some parents are voicing their concerns.

Jackson County leaders consider new school mask mandate, but hospitalizations are dropping quickly

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Jackson County officials on Monday morning are set to discuss whether to bring back a countywide school mask mandate, even as local COVID hospitalizations numbers drop significantly. The Jackson County Legislature is set to discuss the matter at 10 a.m.

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