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Do you agree with the decision to put Columbia Public Schools students back in classrooms?

Do you agree with the decision to put Columbia Public Schools students back in classrooms?

Yes. Other schools are doing it.

1

No. Case rates are still too high.

2

Yes. Other schools are doing it.

Do you agree with the decision to put Columbia Public Schools students back in classrooms?
1 Comment
Will Mason
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Will Mason

Putting Grandparents at risk due to increased daycare requirements, while protecting teachers is not an answer.

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No. Case rates are still too high.

Do you agree with the decision to put Columbia Public Schools students back in classrooms?
2 Comments
Melanie Cusick
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Melanie Cusick

We adopted a plan in July, based on expert health advice, with specific community case thresholds determining certain formats of attendance. We now have abandoned that plan. Our local count exceeds the threshold for a hybrid return for highschool by 1.5x. We lack staffing to cover certain illness

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Becky
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Becky

They admitted will not be able to maintain 6' distancing.

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Is it time to end most mask mandates?

Is it time to end most mask mandates?

Yes

0

No

0

Yes

Is it time to end most mask mandates?
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No one has commented yet

No

Is it time to end most mask mandates?
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No one has commented yet
Should the state investigate a reporter who exposed a flaw on a government website?

Should the state investigate a reporter who exposed a flaw on a government website?

Yes

8

No

2

Yes

Should the state investigate a reporter who exposed a flaw on a government website?
8 Comments
Justin Ballz
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Justin Ballz

Reporter broke the law. Reporter must pay the price for being a perpetrator. State must arrest, charge and convict. It's that simple. End of story.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

A responsible person would alert the State to this flaw so it could be corrected without costing money or danger to innocent victims. This so called journalist needs to do some hard jail time.

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Will Mason
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Will Mason

I voted yes due to the incredibly biased way your question is posed. The question should say " should the state investigate the reporterwho hacked the system." he did not do it to expose flaws. He did it to dig up dirt. Exposing the flaw was a side effect. Not the intent.

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Justin Ballz
Justin Ballz

Yes, reporter is at fault. Must face consequences.

Vernon Taylor
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Vernon Taylor

Politically motivated and potentially (read most likely) criminal - that is an apt description of the St. Louis Post Disgrace.

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Justin Ballz
Justin Ballz

100% true. Reporter is the perp. Must be arrested, charged and convicted.

No

Should the state investigate a reporter who exposed a flaw on a government website?
2 Comments
Wendi Newman
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Wendi Newman

The reporter just did their job. Parson just doesn't want to take responsibility.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

If that is true, then the reporter can institute legal proceedings against Parson and get rich, unless the very biased press is not telling the truth. We will see.

Brian Jones
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Brian Jones

Because the reporter did nothing with the info except report it to the people that needed to fix it. Parsons has no clue of how to run Missouri.

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