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Children’s Health Defense and thousands of concerned parents on March 16 filed an amicus brief in a lawsuit seeking to stop the Louisana Department of Health from adding COVID-19 vaccines to the state’s school immunization schedule.

Megan Redshaw's avatarChildren’s Health Defense (CHD) and thousands of concerned parents on March 16 filed an amicus brief in a lawsuit seeking to stop the Louisana Department of Health (LDH) from adding COVID-19 vaccines to the state’s school immunization schedule.

Under a rule promulgated by the LDH and approved by Gov. John Edwards, Louisiana joined California in requiring children to receive COVID vaccines in order to attend school. The mandate expressly applies to kindergartens and covers children age 5 and older.

An amicus brief is a document submitted by an individual or organization that is not a party to a legal case, but is permitted by the court to offer expertise or insight that has a bearing on the issues in the case. …