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Question of the Day: Should school districts make their own mask rules?

Posted 8/18/21

As was reported in the Daily Independent newspaper, infections and hospitalizations are on the rise as the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus continues to surge in Arizona.

Meanwhile,  …

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Opinion

Question of the Day: Should school districts make their own mask rules?

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As was reported in the Daily Independent newspaper, infections and hospitalizations are on the rise as the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus continues to surge in Arizona.

Meanwhile,  Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday threatened to withold federal funding for schools that defy a yet-enacted law banning face mask mandates, according to reporting by Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services.

Question: Should local school districts and other educational facilities be allowed to make their own decisions about mask-wearing mandates, vaccine requirements and other virus mitigation efforts?

Why or why not?

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