Following the Court’s denial of the Motion for a Preliminary Injunction all Plaintiffs have, for strategic reasons, voluntarily agreed to dismiss their complaint without prejudice to refiling it.
Court Denies Plaintiffs’ Motion For Preliminary Injunction Halting SB 277—Children Now Barred From School, Plaintiffs To Appeal
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California denied a preliminary injunction, which would have prevented the exclusion of thousands of California children from a classroom education.
A new law requiring all students in California to be vaccinated will be the subject of a legal challenge Friday afternoon in San Diego.
At least three lawsuits have been filed seeking to overturn California’s new law that prevents children from attending public or private school or day care without getting mandatory vaccinations.
Yesterday in federal court, an Amended Complaint was filed against California’s new mandatory vaccination law, SB 277.
Temporary Restraining Order Denied for SB 277 Lawsuit–Plaintiffs Ready to File for a Preliminary Injunction
It requested emergency relief because the law is already impacting students, such as students who receive special education services during the summer months. The TRO was denied yesterday in San Diego Federal Court.
Opponents of California’s new law requiring children to get vaccinated against various diseases in order to attend public or private schools have sued in San Diego federal court to block enactment of the law on Constitutional grounds.
A group of parents and the nonprofit Education 4 All filed a suit Friday to overturn the law in U.S. District Court in San Diego. The suit claims that the law violates California children’s right to an education under the state’s constitution.
Today California parents challenge a new law that repeals California’s 55 year old personal belief exemption from mandatory vaccination. That law, Senate Bill 277 (SB 277) passed in 2015, goes into effect today July 1, 2016.
A collection of articles to help understand the history and implications of SB 277 for school aged children in California.