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Lawsuits Filed in New York and Kentucky To Reopen Schools

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    The science clearly says, from all of multiple studies in multiple countries that children are much better off in school and not at home in dealing with the coronavirus. Some politicians, including Roy Cooper, are denying science by closing schools.

    Other politicians are now starting to sue over the issue. A Staten Island City Councilman is suing Mayor DeBlasio to reopen New York City's schools, and in Kentucky, the state's Republican Attorney General is suing its Democrat governor to reopen the schools.

    https://nypost.com/2020/11/21/kentucky-attorney-general-sues-governor-regarding-in-person-school-ban/

    https://nypost.com/2020/11/21/councilman-joe-borelli-parents-file-suit-to-reopen-nyc-schools/

    It is time to reopen the schools. Most European countries did that months ago and have not seen problems with Covid in the schools.

    The only science these Democrat politicans are following on the schools is science fiction, or at best, political science.
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