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In the latest of several such legal cases across a nation where cultural and political clashes have erupted over the COVID-19 response, the court ruled 5-0 to issue a declaratory judgment for South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, who brought the case against the city of Columbia.
Wilson, a Republican, argued a state law that allows parents to decide whether their children wear masks in school trumps the city's mask mandate ordinance for private and public elementary and middle school students and staff.
originally posted by: Fatboy527
I think the Supreme Court is afraid of the Democratic Party.
Not from my perspective pal. This is a victory for those kids. They no longer have to be muzzled and de-humanized by the likes of you.
A parent's right to decide what's best for their child is now definitively protected by state law," he said, while encouraging residents to get vaccinated.
originally posted by: everyone
a reply to: Klassified
Seems like the supreme court is waking up to a lot of demoncratic things lately. First they reinstate Trump's immigration laws and now this.
The masks need to go!
I had been in there many times before and no store personnel sought me out like he did.