Court Of Appeals Decision

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a temporary restraining order allowing religious and private schools to re-open for in-person education today in spite of an executive order from the governor’s office.An executive order issued by the governor halting in-person classes at all schools in the Commonwealth from November 23 through December 13 led to a lawsuit filed on November 20 by Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Danville Christian Academy which resulted in a temporary restraining order against the order for religious and private schools.In the Sunday ruling, the three-judge panel determined the ruling applies all public and private secondary schools in Kentucky regardless of religion.

Source: MG News

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