RALLY, NC – A bill aimed at Gov. Roy Cooper’s desk will allow North Carolina parents to allow their K-12 students to waive the mask responsibilities set by local education departments.
The General Assembly concluded a vote on the measure Thursday when Cooper held a news conference to announce that it encourages local authorities to abandon the mask’s extensive demands.
He did not say what he would do with the bill, but said he had “fears it was unreasonable and irresponsible”.
School districts are setting their own mask policies, and more than half of the state’s 115 counties have agreed to make masks optional as COVID-19 transmission levels fall.
NC lawmakers are passing a bill that gives students a waiver of disguise mandates
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