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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed lawsuits against school districts that have defied Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order prohibiting government entities, including public schools, from requiring indoor mask wearing.

Abbott on July 29, 2021, amended the first executive order he issued March 13, 2020, related to the state of emergency over the coronavirus. The July order supersedes previous orders and prohibits local governmental entities or officials from imposing mask mandates, among other prohibitions, including requiring vaccination or vaccine passports as terms of employment or to receive service. Failure to comply with the order carries a fine up to $1,000 per violation. “Even though face coverings cannot be mandated by any governmental entity, that does not prevent individuals from wearing one if they choose,” it adds.

The article goes on to state the following:

Since the order went into effect, county judges and school districts sued, and their cases are progressing through the court system.


Paxton has stated that about 100 school districts are not complying with Abbott’s order prohibiting mask mandates, and Paxton has been warning them that the lawsuits are coming.

“I have filed 9 more lawsuits against the following ISDs for defying Exec. Order 38: La Vega, McGregor, Midway, Waco, Diboll, Lufkin, Longview, Paris and Honey Grove,” the Texas attorney general announced on Tuesday.

In earlier tweets, Paxton has either been announcing or warning of additional lawsuits.

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  1. Start suing the individual school board members also, this will get their attention as they won’t be able to tap into monies that belong to the school districts

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