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Fojo Law Files Five Lawsuits Challenging 18 Massachusetts School Districts’ Face Mask Mandates

Our team has filed five additional lawsuits this week challenging 18 school districts’ face mask mandates in Massachusetts as well as the Department of Elementary and Secondary Educations’s state-wide mask mandate.   These lawsuits follow several others that we filed recently, including the most recent one against a Catholic Diocese in Florida challenging its school mask mandate for students. We have been on the frontline of fighting against these mandates by school authorities, and this is evident in a series of similar lawsuits we have pursued for clients, including one against the Hollis/Brookline School District (School Administrative Unit #41), a second one against the Bedford School District (School Administrative Unit #25) in late May, the third one against Londonderry, Epping, and Timberlane School Districts in July, a fourth one against the Exeter School District, a fifth against the Merrimack Valley School District, and a sixth one, on September 7, against a New Hampshire school district’s requirement that students wear face masks while in school. Three of the five lawsuits were filed on behalf of Children’s Health Rights of Massachusetts, a Massachusetts Nonprofit Corporation: one was against the Department and the Bridgewater-Raynham Regional School District, Carver Public School District, Hingham Public School District, and West Bridgewater Public School District; another was against the Department and the Cambridge Public School District, City of Cambridge, Franklin Public School District, Northborough Public School District, Southborough Public School District, Northborough-Southborough Regional Public School District, and Tyngsborough Public School District; and the third one was also against the Department and the Andover Public School District, Attleboro Public School District, Easton Public School District, and Sandwich Public School District. The two other lawsuits...