The St. Louis County Council in Missouri has voted to end the county’s mask mandate, just a day after it took effect and prompted the state’s attorney general to sue to try to stop it.

The council voted 5-2 Tuesday to reverse the order and to rebuke St. Louis County Executive Sam Page for not consulting the council before issuing it.

The mandate required everyone age 5 or older to wear masks in indoor public places and on public transportation in St. Louis city and St. Louis County, even if they are vaccinated.

Even as the St. Louis County Council voted to reverse that region’s mask mandate, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced Tuesday evening that he would reinstate an indoor mask mandate.

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in June enacted a new law limiting the duration of local public health restrictions and barring governments from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to use public facilities and transportation.

Source: populistgop

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  1. farrah_day

    It sucks to live in blue KC…it’s a liberal armpit in a beautiful red state! Lucas is an 🍑.

  2. jab10204

    See the results of weak @govparsonmo choosing to NOT sign an executive order to ban mask mandates??? These power hungry mayors like Quinton Lucas like to make themselves seem important by controlling the people.

  3. Head fake….to make citizens forget… elites voted to defund local law enforcement in each county…this stunt is to gain favor head to the next election…..

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