Post Tagged with: "masks"

Flash: The Appeal!

 

by November 17, 2021

“School Mask Lawsuit – ACTION REQUIRED” Anti Mask Mandate Parents “Request” Meeting With Ruggerio & Shekarchi

The following missive was sent by the plaintiffs, the parents of children that are the target of the School Mask Mandate, to Rhode Island Senate President Ruggerio & Rhode Island Speaker Shekarchi. As noted by the litigants, “Judge Lanphear ruled strongly in our favor on the issue of irreparable harm[Read More…]

by November 15, 2021

STATEMENT OF PLAINTIFFS ON DECISION REGARDING PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION ISSUED IN SOUTHWELL V MCKEE

We are grateful that the Judge recognized the significant and irreparable harm being suffered by children in this state who are subject to mandatory mask wearing in schools for up to 8 hours a day. As the Judge stated: “The Court finds that these children are suffering and reasonably infers[Read More…]

by November 14, 2021

Chas Calenda Attorney At Law: The Briefs! Mandatory School Masking: Richard Southwell et al v. Daniel McKee et al – PC-2021-05915

Attorney Chas Calenda focuses on the exchange of briefs, between Defendant State of Rhode Island and Plaintiffs. As is our custom, The Coalition Radio Network will provide briefs, complaints, testimony etc. in coverage of legal proceedings where & whenever possible. From The State of Rhode Island: From The Plaintiffs –[Read More…]

by November 4, 2021

The State Responds! Mandatory School Masking: Richard Southwell et al v. Daniel McKee et al – PC-2021-05915

For Your At Home Legal Analysis: The State’s Closing Argument-As To Why An Injunction Should Not Be Issued Against The “Masking” Order!   Independent Media relies on the generosity of viewers & sponsors. In this chaotic year, the most often heard feedback we receive? We. Ask. The. Questions. Help The[Read More…]

by November 2, 2021

A Compendium: Videos From Richard Southwell et al v. Daniel McKee et al – PC-2021-05915 AKA Mandatory Masking On Trial

Rhode Island Department of Health Medical Director Dr. James McDonald Testimony in Rhode Island Superior Court, October 19, 2021 Raw Testimony: Tue October 19 Part 1 Richard Southwell et al v. Daniel McKee et al – PC-2021-05915 Raw Testimony: Tue October 19 Part 2 Richard Southwell et al v. Daniel[Read More…]

by October 20, 2021

Denied Access To The Redistricting Commission Hearing Due To COVID Mandates, Representative Place Issues Statement

Rhode Island State Representative David J. Place offers the following statement regarding his denial to participate in tonight’s General Assembly Reapportionment Commission Hearings (redistricting): “My concerns regarding vaccine passport mandates are well documented in my public comments, in anti-vax passport legislation I submitted, and in bipartisan anti-vax passport legislation I[Read More…]

by September 30, 2021

City of Providence Announces Mask Mandate in Municipal Buildings

City of Providence Employees Required to be Fully Vaccinated by October 1 Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today announced that beginning Tuesday, August 17, all members of the public, including city staff and visitors, will be required to use a face mask in all municipal buildings. Additionally, City of Providence employees[Read More…]

by August 17, 2021

Governor McKee, RIDE, and RIDOH Release Updated School Guidance for Fall

Latest State guidance aligns with CDC’s recent update to recommend universal mask use within schools Governor Dan McKee, Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green, and Director of the Department of Health Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD, MPH today released an updated PreK-12 Health and Safety Guidance for the 2021-2022 School Year, which aligns with[Read More…]

by July 28, 2021

Attorney General Candidate Calenda Reacts To DBR Chief Tanner Covid Madness

Rhode Island Attorney General Candidate Chas Calenda reacted strongly to Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation Director Liz Tanner’s Assertion that “Mask usage is not going away anytime soon” (followed by a string of dubious scientific claims)   As an attorney and candidate to be Rhode Island’s next Attorney General,[Read More…]

by April 7, 2021