Judge orders end to 'disruptive' anti-mask protests outside schools in Vancouver

An anti-mask protest outside Skyview High School triggered a precautionary lockdown at three schools on Sept. 3, and more protests were planned for this week.

VANCOUVER, Wash. — A judge ordered anti-mask protesters to stop demonstrating near Vancouver, Wash. schools following protests outside Skyview High School, one of which triggered a precautionary lockdown at three schools, the Vancouver School District said. 

On Tuesday, Clark County Superior Court Judge Suzan Clark granted an injunction prohibiting “disruptive protests” near school campuses, the district said in a news release. 

The injunction requires that “protests, rallies, gatherings on or near school premises that disrupt educational services, immediately cease

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