The Sarasota Herald-Tribune reports:
A chiropractor in Venice provided more than 500 medical exemption forms for children attending Sarasota County Schools who did not want to wear a mask. Dan Busch, a chiropractor at Twin Palms Chiropractic, has signed roughly one-third of all medical exemption forms turned in district-wide, district spokesman Craig Maniglia said Wednesday morning.
After the influx of forms signed by Busch, and amid rumors that his office was distributing pre-signed forms, Superintendent Brennan Asplen issued an updated mask exemption form Tuesday evening stating that exemption forms can only be signed by medical doctors, osteopathic physicians licensed or advanced registered nurse practitioners.
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— Ryan McKinnon (@JRMcKinnon) September 1, 2021
A school district in Florida announced it would no longer accept mask opt-out forms signed by any chiropractor. The decision comes after chiropractor Dr. Dan Busch signed over 100 medical exemptions for students Monday. https://t.co/mmRxWbWjG3
— WBKO Television (@wbkotv) September 2, 2021
Update: Attorney for Venice chiropractor Dr. Dan Busch says @sarasotaschools has “chosen to reject every single medical exemption to the mask mandate signed by Twin Palms Chiropractic, despite those exemptions previously being accepted.” https://t.co/UKdfnnzQLf
— Justin Schecker (@WFLAJustin) September 2, 2021