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Should the attorney general continue his lawsuit against Columbia Public Schools?

Should the attorney general continue his lawsuit against Columbia Public Schools?

Yes

8

No

10

Yes

Should the attorney general continue his lawsuit against Columbia Public Schools?
8 Comments
Debra Riffle
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Debra Riffle

There needs to be accountability for school boards for their decisions.

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Harry D
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Harry D

CPS' policy is right from liberal play book - break laws, take people's rights, enforce narratives until they get sued, then back down as little as possible trying to avoid court. On the Courthouse steps back down entirely to avoid embarrassing, precedent setting loss. Rinse/repeat. You go AG! #LGB

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Max
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Max

CPS needs to learn how to obey the law. They should not be allowed to guide children, if they themselves can't follow the law.

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Max
Max

Brian Yearwood, is going to get a Civics lesson, that he should have learned in the sixth grade. Will he learn anything from this lesson? Not likely. And his sheeple will continue to dote upon him.

Max
Max

The Laws are written by the House and the Senate. Brian Yearwood, does not write Laws, and he will soon find that out. That will be money spent, for a very good reason.

Larry Sabulsky
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Larry Sabulsky

The CPS Administration cannot be trusted. If let off they will turn around and do it again.

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Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

Because Yearwood has an axe to grind and wants control. Look up how much money he may have gotten to push this Covid agenda...he lied last time the AG dropped the case. Schmitt needs to make sure he can’t try to reinstate the mask mandate. Go get em Schmitt!

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No

Should the attorney general continue his lawsuit against Columbia Public Schools?
10 Comments
Stephen W. Willaims
2
Stephen W. Willaims

As long as there is a chance of the child abuse to continue, then it should go to trial and stop this nonsense.

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Connie Thornton
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Connie Thornton

Ridiculous waste of funds and time! The Superintendent /school board should be able to make those decisions without fear of financial penalty! The wearing of mask is not a wreckless decision and I would much rather err on the side of caution in favor of teacher and student saftey!

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Mary Ann Pulley
Mary Ann Pulley

Amen I totally agree

Mary Ann Pulley
0
Mary Ann Pulley

He needs to sit his tail down and stop this foolishness. He’s making it a political platform and the school systems are trying to protect our children and those working in the school systems. Why don’t he sue the spam and robo industries she they can stop bothering us.

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Carol McGregor
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Carol McGregor

This frivolous lawsuit is taking precious taxpayer dollars from school districts across the state, forcing them to pay ridiculously exorbitant attorney fees to fight the attorney general's ruling. Mask mandate decisions should be left to local school districts, not state funded government officials.

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Larry Sabulsky
Larry Sabulsky

You want to talk about wasting Tax Payer money, let's eliminate CRT.

Letitia DenHartog
0
Letitia DenHartog

Of course, I never believed in the case in the first place

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Mike Siefkas
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Mike Siefkas

He is spending too much time and resources spreading misinformation about masks while chasing after his own political aspirations. People in the workplace have a right to health and safety measures by federal law. He is using might makes right to enforce a handful of people's vanity and convenience

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Lisa Walker Hendren
0
Lisa Walker Hendren

It's such a waste if tax payer money. The AG needs to find other ways of making a name for himself.

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Are you going to the Missouri State Fair?

Are you going to the Missouri State Fair?

Yes

0

No

5

Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

5 Comments
Zaos Gonzolez
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Zaos Gonzolez

WERE IN THE MIDDLE OF A MONKEYPOX PANDEMIC

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Jack L
Jack L

You don`t have to worry about monkey pox as long as you don`t kiss the Ferris Wheel operator.

Adam
0
Adam

Never been. Never will. Not my thing

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Harry D
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Harry D

Seen it once, seen it a thousand times.

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Max DeYoung
0
Max DeYoung

The Cole County Fair is the best, and it does not cost an arm and a leg, and parking is Free.

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Do you have reliable broadband internet?

Do you have reliable broadband internet?

Yes

0

No

1

Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

1 Comment
Zaos Gonzolez
1
Zaos Gonzolez

Ummmmm...no. The less reliable, the better. Screw the Patriot act.

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