The Insider reports:
An Indiana woman has filed a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and multiple retailers, alleging that their mask requirements violated laws meant to protect people with disabilities. Krispy Kreme, Sephora, and AMC Theatres were among the 16 named defendants in the lawsuit filed on August 18 by Jennifer Reinoehl in US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.
Reinoehl, who said she is a nondenominational Protestant Christian, said she fasted and prayed for about a month earlier this year, seeking a solution to pandemic safety measures that she saw as cut-and-dry government overreach. She said the answer she found was that she should bring the lawsuit. “I felt like God was directing me to file a lawsuit,” she said. “Because I know I’m not the only person.”
An Indiana woman is suing the CDC, Sephora, Krispy Kreme, and AMC Theatres over COVID mask requirements, saying her lawsuit was a calling from God https://t.co/A93zNomgNX
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