MADISON, Ways (AP) – Another Wisconsin mother has filed a federal lawsuit over her son’s school’s lack of COVID-19 protocol.
WEAU-TV reported that Gina Caldahl filed a lawsuit in Madison on Monday. She is seeking an order to force the Fall Creek School District to follow the guidelines of the US Centers for Disease Control for Schools.
He alleged that the district had scrapped discount policies for the 2021-22 academic year, and on September 20 and 24, two of his son’s classmates tested positive for the disease. One of them did not wear a mask at school. He alleged that his son, who was wearing a mask, tested positive on September 27 and dropped out of school for two weeks while in quarantine.
Kaldahl alleged that the district violated his son’s equal protection rights and caused his infection. The lawsuit compares the school to a “coveted 19 snake pit”.
The filing captures a lawsuit filed by a woman in federal court in Milwaukee on October 5 seeking an injunction to compel the Wuxa School District to comply with COVID instructions, alleging that we The party had influenced his son.
Menokova Brewing Company Super PAC is financing both cases. Company owner Kirk Bangstead posted on Facebook Sunday that he wants to sue every Wisconsin school board that does not follow CDC guidelines.
The company’s products include “Biden Beer”, named after President Joe Biden. “Tommy Shandy” and “Evers Ale” have been named for Democratic U.S. Sen. Tommy Baldwin by Democratic Government Tony Evers.