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Kentucky AG Leads Legal Fight To Toss Democratic Gov’s School Mask Mandate

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By Tim Pearce

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, a Republican, is leading a legal fight against his state’s Democratic governor to stop a mask mandate covering kindergarten through high school students.

Cameron filed an eight-page brief with the state Supreme Court this week arguing that Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s mask order for schools is barred under state law. Beshear issued the order on Tuesday on the eve of the start of the school year for dozens of districts over concerns about the spread of the Delta variant.

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