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Should the Jefferson City School District have kept its mask mandate in place?

Should the Jefferson City School District have kept its mask mandate in place?

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Should the Jefferson City School District have kept its mask mandate in place?
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Adam Schrader
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Adam Schrader

Thank God I pulled my kids out of JC schools 20 years ago. All students 12 years of age or more should be vaccinated. Mandatory. All kids wear masks. Mandatory.

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Sue Evans
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Sue Evans

Obviously masking is working. It's little premature to say the risk is gone.

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John Starke
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John Starke

If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand.

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Max
Max

Mask your own children, leave the other children alone. If I have to explain that to you, you would not understand.

No

Should the Jefferson City School District have kept its mask mandate in place?
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Will Mason
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Will Mason

There is no evidence that they work.

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Max
Max

There is plenty of evidence that it traumatizes many of the children.

Are you concerned about safety at public events after the Illinois mass shooting?

Are you concerned about safety at public events after the Illinois mass shooting?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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Justin Davis
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Justin Davis

FJB is assaulting Americans' Constitutionally guaranteed freedoms - the 2nd Amendment in this discussion - leaving law-abiding citizens defenseless against domestic terrorists.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Biden wants to end gun ownership by American citizens. An amendment may be proposed by a two-thirds vote of both Houses of Congress, then the amendment must be ratified by three-fourths of the State legislatures, (38 states). Biden is grandstanding. Nothing is changing except for the Great Red Wave.

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

As long as courts and judges, slap criminals on the hands, and release them back to the public, this will continue. This normally happens in cities with strict gun control laws or in gun free zones like schools. It is far worse in democrat controlled areas. Go figure. LGB

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Which will be a bigger issue in the midterm elections?

Which will be a bigger issue in the midterm elections?

Economy/inflation

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Supreme Court decisions

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Economy/inflation

Which will be a bigger issue in the midterm elections?
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Harry D
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Harry D

"It's the economy, stupid." James Carville. The left's outrage over the many SCOTUS rulings on RvW, 2A, EPA overreach, are already wanning. Yuuuugggeee red wave coming to sweep the Dems out of power. FJB

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Even James Carville knows none of the Supreme Court Justices are up for reelection. ROTFLOL. Maybe the lefties should listen to James. He is one of them. Nope, not gonna do that. They would rather worship King Biden and suffer under his Bidenflation Policies. This is the best recession since Carter.

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

People will remember, that it costs way too much to go to the store, to buy overpriced food, and not having enough money to pay for it. Hamburger helper without hamburger, is already real for many families. And it is going to get much worse, thanks to Joe Biden. LGB

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Justin Davis
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Justin Davis

FJB has intentionally run the US economy into the ground. The public is not happy and will vote accordingly in the midterm elections.

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Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

All plays a part, Trump can still MAGA!! He did it in less than 4 years twice, even with a Plandemic in place. Cause he is the People’s President. Prices of Food, Gas, Shortages cause increases. Our pResidementia is horribly Marxist-Communist. We will vote a Red Republican Wave in! No Doubt!

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Supreme Court decisions

Which will be a bigger issue in the midterm elections?
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Edi Bodine
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Edi Bodine

It is my body and my choice. No abortion is not birth control, but it is a medically viable procedure to save lives. Would our government feel the same if it was their wife, daughter, or grand daughters who was raped? How is this helping with the problems of money for WIC, SNAP, medicaid, etc.?

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Very small number of abortions are to save a life or because of a rape. One abortion per each 76 child bearing age women per year, is not a morally acceptable option. Babies body, babies choice. 850,000 abortions per year, 65 million child bearing age women. Do the math.

Adam
Adam

Any way you slice it, still a woman's choice

Adam
Adam

Next topic please. I hope it's not anything to do with guns or the latest mass shooting. We've beat that dead horse enough

Jack L
Jack L

Let the woman decide. It should be her choice

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Let the baby decide. The baby has more skin in the game. The age of majority is 18 in most places, except three states. Alabama and Nebraska set the age of majority to 19 and Mississippi sets it at 21. At this age, let the baby decide if he or she wants to be aborted.

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