A California state judge ruled on Monday that the San Diego Unified School District “vaccine” mandate for students was “inconsistent with state law.” The ruling is a hopeful step towards freeing students across the nation from being forcefully injected “with a liability-free, novel medical product in order to attend school.”

 

The decision will allow all SDUSD students to continue with in-person learning regardless of whether or not they’ve been injected with a COVID-19 “vaccine.” Agreeing with Petitioners’ assertion that SDUSD’s “Vaccination Roadmap” conflicts with California law, the Honorable Judge John Meyer said it’s within the purview of the state Legislature, not school districts, to mandate vaccination.

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