Kansas City, Missouri 2021-07-21 19:47:24 –
Kansas City, Missouri — Kansas Attorney General Derekschmidt Judge Johnson County It admitted that Senate Bill 40 was unconstitutional.
Senate Bill 40 allowed people to file complaints with cities, counties, and local boards of education if they disagreed with Mask’s obligations and other restrictions.
After that, you should hear within 3 days and make a decision within 10 days.
If a city, county, or local school board refuses to remove or change the protocol, the complaining person may file a proceeding.
When the proceedings were filed, the court had three days to hear and 10 days to issue a decision.
“This court’s decision has caused unnecessary and devastating confusion about the validity of other provisions of SB 40 that are not in question in this case, so perhaps until the Kansas Supreme Court can address these issues. It should stay, “Schmidt said in a motion.
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