State Supreme court rejects challenge to governor’s school restrictions

The effort to re-open California schools was dealt a major legal setback last week. The California Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit seeking to overturn Gov. Gavin Newsom’s directives limiting in-person instruction.

One of the plaintiffs was the Orange County Board of Education. For Orange, the issue may soon be moot. Thanks to decline in cases, Orange County will be able to reopen its schools on September 22, according to state officials.

Some of the other plaintiffs aren’t so lucky. Their attorney, Robert Tyler, said they will take their legal challenge to superior court.

Read more at the Los Angeles Times


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