Tennessee district blocks governor’s anti-mask mandate order
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One Tennessee school district is standing resolute against the governor’s efforts to let parents opt their kids out of school mask mandates. Gov. Bill Lee’s executive order, which was extended through Nov. 5, will continue to be blocked in Williamson County’s two public school systems, thanks to a ruling from U.S. District Judge Waverly D. Crenshaw, The Tennessean reported. “The record before the Court establishes that temporary universal mask mandates adopted by the Williamson County and Franklin school systems have been, and likely would continue to be, effective in curbing the spread of COV...