Court backs Florida's anti-mask mandate governor in school dispute
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An appeals court ruled Friday that Florida schools cannot force students and staff to wear masks to fight the pandemic, in a victory for the state's conservative governor.
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Two weeks ago Judge John Cooper overruled the pro-Trump governor, Ron DeSantis, and said the state's schools can make mask-wearing mandatory.
Cooper sided with a group of parents who had filed a lawsuit challenging an executive order by DeSantis that barred schools from making students and school staff wearing masks to combat Covid-19.
Several school districts in Florida had decided to make masks mandatory because of a rise in cases fueled by the Delta variant of the virus.The state government appealed Cooper's ruling, which was suspended while the appeals court considered the case.
In a new setback for the governor, Cooper ruled on Wednesday that school districts could make masks mandatory while the appeal is being studied.
DeSantis appealed that ruling too and the First District Court of Appeal in the state capital Tallahassee sided Friday with him.
”When a public officer or agency seeks appellate review, which is the case here, there is a presumption under the rule in favor of a stay,” the court said.

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