(by Debbie L. Sklar | Times of San Diego) – A judge ruled against the San Diego Unified School District Monday in a lawsuit challenging its vaccine mandate for students. San Diego Superior Court Judge John Meyer said the district’s mandate, which does not permit religious or personal belief exemptions, contradicts state law, because only the state legislature has the authority to implement such mandates without exemptions. Meyer also ruled that while students are required to receive some vaccinations in order to attend in-person school, adding COVID-19 to the list of required vaccinations without allowing personal belief exemptions is another exercise […]

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