Update: Appeal Hearings for School Mask & Vax Mandates February 8 & March 2
Appeal hearings for the Massachusetts public school mandates cases are coming up, and we need your support. Dates, times and location:...
On February 16, 2022, we filed a lawsuit against the Belmont and Cambridge school districts in Massachusetts.
The lawsuit challenges the districts’ unlawful overreach and lack of authority to mandate irreversible, experimental medical treatments with no long-term studies for children in order to participate in school sports and extracurricular activities. These are dangerous and authoritarian positions that must be challenged to keep children safe.
You can support the cause by donating to our general fund or to an individual school district to help fund its portion of the lawsuits.
Read more about our lawsuit below.
We seek immediate relief from the Belmont and Cambridge school districts on the basis that they have overstepped their authority in mandating irreversible, experimental medical treatments for children.
Our complaint challenges:
that the Districts lacked the authority to pass these mandates;
the mandates are preempted by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s comprehensive regulatory scheme concerning infectious diseases, including its school immunization requirements; and
the mandates violate parents’ right to due process and their natural rights under the Massachusetts Constitution, because they violate their rights to make healthcare decisions for their children and otherwise direct the care and upbringing of their children.
You can read the filed complaint and appeals brief below. We will provide frequent updates as the case progress.