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Letter: Max (un)Wise and masks in school

M. (name on file, withheld by request) writes:
Rather than make the hard decisions Wise again makes the wrong choice that flies in the face of science and what's best for Kentucky. Doing the right thing isn't always popular but Wise is more interested in pandering to further his ambition and has chosen to kowtow to the anti-mask nuts.

We already know the Adair Co Board of Education & Pam Stephens have a specific political agenda they value over the health of our kids, teachers and fellow citizens so thanks to Wise and his like removing the mask mandates we can expect what protections our schools have to be done away with. Too bad these people can't be charged with manslaughter for the sickness and deaths they cause.




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