(CNN) Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a federal lawsuit against an executive order issued by Gov. Beshear, a Democrat, issued an executive order earlier this week halting in-person learning at K-12 public and private schools across the state beginning Monday, among other restrictions. The order would keep middle and high school students in remote learning until at least January 4. School using 'rigorous protocols' for in-person learning, lawsuit saysDanville Christian Academy -- a school of 234 students, per the lawsuit -- has spent between $20,000 and $30,000 implementing "rigorous protocols" to safely provide in-person instruction, Cameron's statement says. In his own statement, Byron said, "The court should reject Governor Beshear's order and follow the CDC and the law."
Source: CNN November 22, 2020 00:00 UTC