A New York State Supreme Court judge on Friday issued a permanent injunction on NYC’s toddler mask mandate.
Mayor Eric Adams recently stated toddlers could remove their masks on April 4th if COVID cases remained low.
However, the mayor's abusive, illogical mandate was axed in court.
Hon. Ralph J. Porzio of the New York Supreme Court 13th Judicial District wrote the toddler mask mandate is "found by this court to be arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable."
The mandate is "void and unenforceable," effectively immediately.
Here's a snapshot of the ruling from the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of Richmond:
— Margaret Nichols (@magsnichols) April 1, 2022
From Michael Chessa, the lawyer representing the petitioners:
We won! Judge Porzio just ruled in the favor of parental choice and democracy. He found the Toddler Mask Mandate to be arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable. Effective immediately, the policy is void and unenforceable.
— Michael Chessa, Esq. (@metrolawyering) April 1, 2022