O.C. Board of Education Sues Newsom Over Covid-19 State of Emergency, Again
For the second time in recent months, the Orange County Board of Education is mounting a legal challenge to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s pandemic-related state of emergency declaration.
In August, the California Supreme Court declined to hear the board’s previous petition seeking to overturn Newsom’s emergency rule-making authorities that included allowing state officials to issue a mask mandate for K-12 students this summer ahead of the new school year.
But that setback didn’t deter a renewed legal effort.
Read more on my latest TimesOC article: