Kansas City metro transit WILL BE impacted by a high court ruling that many conservatives are celebrating today.
At first there was a note of defiance and a bit of hesitancy . . .
We agree with his latest assessment on the decision, he's one of the most informative reporters on Twitter and definitely worth following if you don't already . . . "
Nevertheless, at the zero hour just seconds ago . . . The toy train backed down . . .
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A federal judge's ruling, wiping out the federal requirement to wear masks on public transportation, now puts a key piece of COVID-19 protocol in the United States into question. At the Kansas City International Airport on Easter Monday, travelers' reactions were mixed.
A federal judge in Florida struck down on Monday the Biden administration's mask mandate for airplanes and other public transport methods.
A federal judge on Monday voided the Biden administration's mask mandate for travelers using public transportation such as trains and airplanes. The mandate had been set to expire a number of times but was recently extended to May 3 before Monday's ruling. This is a developing story, please check back for updates.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Riders of the KC Streetcar will no longer have to wear masks beginning on Tuesday. Tom Gerend, the executive director of KC Streetcar made the announcement on Twitter on Monday evening. Mask requirement will be lifted on @kcstreetcar effective tomorrow.
Developing . . .