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Forty-one percent, that is the difference in the number of Covid-19 cases between a local school district that required facemasks and one that didn’t — until Wednesday, the first full day that the mask requirement was dropped due to a restraining order.

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It should be common for government representatives to — at the very least — mention received correspondence or to enter such letters into public comment during their required hearings.

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The Union is not a high school relationship — there’s no on again, off again switch. Texas was annexed into the United States, and generations of Texans have pledged their loyalty to both their nation and their state.

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With the latest surge of Covid-19 cases and the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan dominating news cycles, it might be easy to overlook something every Texan should be researching right now — eight proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.

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No one who questioned the board’s decision to include masks in the district’s dress code was wrong to do so. But it’s the right thing for a school board to do everything in its power to protect students from a known threat to their health and lives.

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Let’s remember to have patience with our school officials as they try to do their job of educating and protecting our students. Work with them and with students to ensure they get the most out of this school year.