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August 10, 2022

Lawsuit filed against CPS for continued masking/quarantine mandate –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On March 1, 2022

Chicago, IL. (ECWd) –

Attorney Tom DeVore, on behalf of several Plaintiffs, filed a lawsuit against School District #299 and others seeking a Temporary Restraining Order against the school for its continued use of compelled quarantine and modified quarantine without due process.

From the Complaint:

  • The Plaintiffs have a right to insist their students not be compelled to quarantine, or modified quarantined, which is purported to limit the spread of an infectious disease, unless first being afforded their procedural and substantive due process rights as provided under Illinois law
  • The Plaintiffs all have students (“Students”) who attend school within the Chicago Public School District #299
  • The Chicago Public School District #299 continues to force the Students to wear a mask as a type of quarantine, or modified quarantine, without any lawful authority to do so
  • The Students are suffering continuing harm in that each is being subjected to wearing a mask as a type of modified quarantine without being provided their statutorily protected rights of due process of law by the Chicago Public School District #299
  • The Students all have clear ascertainable procedural and substantive rights under Illinois law in need of protection by this Court and every day these rights are being disregarded is irreparable
  • The Plaintiffs have shown a reasonably likelihood the Defendants are unlawfully violating the statutory procedural and substantive due process in regard to the Plaintiffs rights to not have their Students being forced to mask as a type of quarantine, or modified quarantine, which is alleged to prevent the spread of an infectious disease in a manner not authorized by law
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