Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-20 19:04:00 –
Reno, Nevada (AP) —Parents of Las Vegas students who filed a lawsuit last month challenged the obligation of COVID-19 masks in Nevada to allow their children to attend school without masks. I am seeking.
Governor Steve Sisolak, Attorney General Aaron Ford, and Clark County School District have been sued, and the school district’s current policy of requiring masks at schools regardless of vaccination status is for students who must wear masks. 6-8 hours a day stated to be causing “massive” psychological harm and psychological distress.
It states that the policy issued by the Governor and adopted under the Emergency Directive enforced by the Attorney General and both Democrats is unconstitutional because it violates parental rights and due process requirements.
Monday’s new submission in federal court in Las Vegas claims that the worst of the pandemic has passed, and scientific evidence of mask effectiveness remains controversial.
Parents’ lawyers include Joey Gilbert, a Reno lawyer running for governor, and Cigar Chata, a Las Vegas lawyer running for Attorney General. Both are Republicans.
Both Sisorak and Ford’s aides said on Monday that neither commented on the latest court filing.