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Motion made to dismiss NACS parents’ lawsuit

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): Officials are asking an Allen County judge to dismiss a lawsuit objecting to Northwest Allen County Schools’ mask mandate.

District and county health officials argue that the lawsuit – filed by six parents of NACS students – complains about “reasonable policies” meant to protect children from COVID-19.

The Journal Gazette reports that the court filing also argues that only six of the ten claims in the lawsuit are actually targeted at school officials and that all of them “fail as a matter of law.”

There will be a hearing on the dismissal motion on December 22nd. The NACS mask mandate will expire on December 18th.

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1 comment

Say NO to Dictators November 15, 2021 at 11:04 am

Wow these District and county health officials are really stupid….and need to Butt-out. This is between the parents and the school board. They have no Standing for this Motion.

Besides, “reasonable policies” is exactly what the lawsuit is about…. There wouldn’t be a lawsuit if the parents thought those Policies were “Reasonable”.

A judgement should be required… This is what the Courts are for. Otherwise, these Fascist School Board will continue to have more and more outraged parents.

All the Public Schools’ mandates are clearly unconstitutional.

No more of this ‘We dictate, and you parents shut up’ crap should be allowed to continue.


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