Baker v. USD 229 Blue Valley, et al., No. 20-3054 (10th Cir.)  November 3, 2020.


A parent who had been granted a religious exemption from otherwise mandatory vaccinations as a condition of public school enrollment cannot obtain relief based on an unsubstantiated possibility that the exemption would be revoked in the future or based on imagined future interference with schooling alternatives elsewhere.

Article III of the United States Constitution precludes courts from entertaining actions other than those that are concrete and involve actual injury. As appellate review has revealed that petitioner could not meet either standard, the federal district court’s dismissal of the complaint was proper.

Baker v. USD 229 Blue Valley (10th Cir. 2020)

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