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US Minnesota residents forced to state home address at local school board meeting in order to speak

03:30  28 october  2021
03:30  28 october  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

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Residents of Mankato, Minnesota were required to state their home addresses at a public school board meeting on Oct. 18 in order to address officials, despite one man's concerns that his home could be damaged. "Open forum participants are prohibited from calling out or addressing any individual school board or school district staff member," Sapp also stated before residents were allowed to speak . "Crowd noise, or any sort of grandstanding during open forum, including applause, talking, hollering, or any outburst will result in open forum being closed.

Sama_El Published on Oct 27, 2021 Chris Rufo posted a video tonight from a school board meeting in Manako, Minnesota where the school board is requiring parents to reveal their addresses in order to address the school board : The father in the video clearly doesn’t want to give his address , but school board member Jodi Sapp compels him to reveal his. Reluctantly, the father reveals it and Sapp repeats over the microphone for everyone to hear. Mission accomplished. Now all parents will have to deal with far-left activists showing up at their homes to harass them after speaking .

Residents of Mankato, Minnesota were required to state their home addresses during the public portion of school board meetings this month in order to address officials.

Jodi Sapp, the chair of the board for Mankato Area Public Schools, laid out new rules before the open forum on Oct. 18, including prohibiting residents from addressing individual school board members and requiring that every speaker publicly state the address of their home.

"Before the open forum, I would like to review a couple of things," Sapp said. "Each speaker is asked to state his or her name and address for the record. Failure to do so will result in an individual not being allowed to speak."

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Chris Rufo posted a video tonight from a school board meeting in Manako, Minnesota where the school board is requiring parents to reveal their addresses in order to address the school board : The father in the video clearly doesn’t want to give his address , but school board member Jodi Sapp compels him to reveal his house number and street, or says he can’t speak . Now all parents will have to deal with far-left activists showing up at their homes to harass them after speaking .

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The new rules, which were first reported by Alpha News, came after "behavior by some of the members of the public" that Sapp considered "unacceptable."


Video: Minnesota residents forced to state their home address in order to speak at local school board meeting (FOX News)

"Open forum participants are prohibited from calling out or addressing any individual school board or school district staff member," Sapp also stated before residents were allowed to speak.

"Crowd noise, or any sort of grandstanding during open forum, including applause, talking, hollering, or any outburst will result in open forum being closed. Further, beginning at the Nov. 1 school board meeting, open forum participation will be limited to those individuals who wish to speak to an item on the board agenda."

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Residents at the Oct. 4 meeting were also required to state their home addresses, but were not required to do so at a meeting on Sept. 20.

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Mankato residents have mostly shared their concerns about a resolution passed by the board on Aug. 18 that requires face masks for all "Mankato Area Public Schools K-8 students and staff regardless of vaccination status when inside district buildings and on school buses." That resolution also requires weekly testing for unvaccinated staff members.

Sapp and other members of the school board did not respond to multiple requests for comment on the new requirements.

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