SC mother joins outraged parents pushing back against school mask mandate: 'This is wrong'
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Ashley Regan, a mother of two, said on Monday that the mask mandate in Charleston County, South Carolina is "not fair" for kids.
A South Carolina mother is among a group of outraged parents slamming the mask mandate in the Charleston County school district. "I stand exactly where I stood four weeks ago where this is wrong. Their enforcement plan includes today, where they will have a conference with any student who is unmasked. Mind you, they are minors, and there is not going to be a parent present," Regan told "Fox & Friends." Regan said that the school will be separating the students and bringing them to separate areas of the school to do remote learning if they are not masked. WHO CHIEF URGES HALT TO BOOSTER SHOTS FOR REST OF THE YEAR "On the third day, they will be sending the students home. Not only do you have bullying students, but you are isolating them. You are segregating them. You are discriminating against students who just want to breathe fresh air.…