(READ) Covid-19 vaccine mandate struck down for San Diego schools

An Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) funded lawsuit has struck down the Covid-19 vaccine mandate to attend school in San Diego, California.

This is the first COVID-19 vaccine requirement in the country to be struck down in a final ruling.

Aaron Siri, ICAN’s lead attorney, and his team filed the lawsuit funded by ICAN on behalf of a parent whose child was being forced to receive the Covid-19 vaccine to continue school.

This ICAN lawsuit, S.V. on behalf of J.D. vs San Diego Unified School District, was consolidated with a lawsuit filed by Let Them Choose.

Both plaintiffs moved for a final decision from the court asking it to find that the Covid-19 vaccine mandate for students was illegal.

On Dec 20, the judge ruled it was illegal on the basis that school boards in California do not have the authority to require a Covid-19 vaccine.

A copy of tentative decision can be read here or for more information about ICAN you can visit their website here.

Additionally, my latest Full Measure After Hours podcast features an in-depth interview with attorney Aaron Siri about vaccine mandates in the court system. Listen here.

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4 thoughts on “(READ) Covid-19 vaccine mandate struck down for San Diego schools”

  1. The state of California and its school districts are notorious for their draconian mandates and gross overreach. Finally, the justice system is forcing people, lawmakers and school districts in that state to come to their senses. Public schools should should concentrate on providing a good education to children and a safe environment for them. Physical health of children is a private matter tha is the responsibility of parents, not school boards.

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