STRUCK DOWN: Judge Brings the Hammer Down on Loudoun County Mask Mandates

No more mask mandates in Loudoun County schools —effective immediately.

According to Breitbart, Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge James P. Fisher decided to grant an emergency injunction in the mandate after weighing arguments from both the parent plaintiffs’ counsel, Attorney General Jason Miyares’ office, and the Loudoun County School Board.

“Today is a great day for Virginia’s parents and kids,” Youngkin said in a press release. “Not only did we pass a bipartisan bill empowering parents to opt-out of school mask mandates, but also the Loudoun Circuit Court reaffirmed parents’ rights to have a say in their child’s health, education, care, and wellbeing.

“We’re excited that Loudoun has reached this decision,” it continued. “Importantly, the court ordered that any disciplinary action against students who were punished for following their parents’ decision to remove their mask will be expunged from their records.”

Read the full report over at Breitbart: