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San Bernardino Superior Judge Wilfred Schneider Jr. threw out a lawsuit March 29 by a Redlands teacher who claimed the school district discriminated against him by not granting him a masking or COVID-19 testing exemption.

Reginald Pulliam, a Citrus Valley High School special-education teacher, claimed in an Oct. 15 filing that being required to wear a mask and test for COVID-19 violated his religious rights.

“…His fourth claim, on religious discrimination, failed because the state’s masking and vaccination/testing order did not have a religious exemption, his teaching position could be moved remote, the district did not make the policy, and he did not suffer from the policy.”

From the Redlands Unified School

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