Legislative overreach harms response to health emergencies

Laws meant to empower those opposed to COVID-19 safety measures are damaging the ability of cities, counties and school boards to protect the public.

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Opinion

August 4, 2021 - 9:06 AM

Topeka State Capital

Wipe the docket clean, judges. Disgruntled parents come first.

Clear your schedule, school board members. You’ve got some unhappy students.

Don’t think about enacting public safety measures, county commissioners. It could get you sued.

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