Glenn Youngkin Signboard Mask Prohibition Bill School Duty in VA

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin signs the school mask ban into law on February 16

Governor of Virginia Glenn Youngkin signed into law a bill banning schools from enacting mask regulations.

“Children don’t just suffer academically,” he said shortly before signing the bill. “They’ve lost the relationship.”

Youngkin called the law “an opportunity to give all parents the right to make the decisions we know they have.”

“It’s not about any individual,” he added. “It’s about us.”

Youngkin said that the law is also “that we will return to normal.”

As a gubernatorial candidate and governor, Youngkin has repeatedly said that wearing masks in schools should be optional by policy and left to each student’s parent or guardian to decide. .

Bill, SB739passed the narrowly controlled Democratic state Senate last week with 10 Democrats participation all Republicans. It pass The GOP-controlled House of Representatives along the party line on Monday.

After signing the bill into law, Youngkin gave the pen he used to sign it to a girl who had already signed it. reported He was suspended from school nine times for not wearing a mask. “You deserve this pen,” Youngkin told the girl as he handed the pen to her.

The act is expected to go into effect on March 1.

See above, via MSNBC.

Is there a trick we should know? Glenn Youngkin Signboard Mask Prohibition Bill School Duty in VA

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