San Diego public schools blocked from enforcing discriminatory COVID jab mandate

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The San Diego Unified School District Board of Trustees has been barred from ever implementing the discriminatory vaccine mandate that it passed in September 2021. Thomas More Society attorneys moved on March 6, 2023, to dismiss a federal lawsuit in which they represented students and families unlawfully treated with prejudice by the school district because of their religious beliefs. The federal lawsuit, explained Paul Jonna, Thomas More Society Special Counsel and partner at LiMandri & Jonna LLP, can now be dismissed following a final determination by the California Supreme Court affirming lower state court decisions that the mandate was unconstitutional and illegal.

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“This is indeed a victory,” declared Jonna, “One that demonstrates the efficacy of judicial power to uphold the laws of the land.”

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