Letter to the editor: Double standards

Posted 10/12/21

As cases increase amongst school-age children and some classrooms have to return to remote learning for a week or so, disrupting their education, are these individuals who are …

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Letter to the editor: Double standards

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As cases increase amongst school-age children and some classrooms have to return to remote learning for a week or so, disrupting their education, are these individuals who are protesting masks and declaring parent rights and their choice the same individuals that oppose Roe v. Wade?

Are parent rights of letting the possibility of infecting another child causing illness or death a priority over a women's rights to choose what they do with their body? If individuals want rights to choose, it goes for all and not just a select few who want to push their political agendas. it works both ways.

Dave Usechek
Parker

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