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Missouri Attorney General Catalogs 7,500 Complaints on School Districts ‘Illegally’ Masking, Quarantining Kids

Missouri’s Attorney General Eric Schmitt received thousands of emails from parents statewide complaining about school districts that defied a state court order to end mask and quarantine mandates in schools.

On Nov. 24, a Cole County Circuit Court judge ruled that mandated quarantines and masking violate Missouri’s Constitution and its separation of powers clause, according to FOX 4. Schmitt created the email shortly after as he believes that the court ruling declares school health restrictions to be “null and void.”

“Parents are encouraged to email … their concerns, photos, videos, documents, and other supporting information,” Schmitt said in a press release.

Schmitt’s office told the Daily Caller that the inbox received 7,500 emails from concerned parents and students. The Attorney General’s office filed 53 cease and desist orders in response to school districts that allegedly failed to comply with the Cole County Circuit Court decision.

Schmitt created a tweet thread highlighting complaints submitted to the email. In one incident, a high school junior at Columbia Public Schools reported pressure to continue wearing his mask on school grounds.

Chrissy Clark
Chrissy Clark
Chrissy Clark is a contributor to The Daily Caller.


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