Pennsylvania Supreme Court Ends School Mask Mandate
We are “winning, winning, winning!” Parents and citizens must step up and get involved, and this headline is what can happen, and will happen when enough of us do get involved.
QUOTE: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Friday affirmed a Commonwealth Court decision that said Acting Health Secretary Alison Beam did not have the authority to issue a mask mandate for everyone indoors at schools and childcare centers.
It means, effective immediately, school mask mandates are no longer mandatory, although many schools have a local rule that students who wish to wear a mask may still do so.
The suit was brought by Pennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, a Republican who is running for governor. It was filed personally, as a parent, along with other parents, and not as part of a Senate action. END QUOTE