Calif. Parents Stand Up For Their Rights, Urge Others To Do The Same

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Calif. Parents Stand Up For Their Rights, Urge Others To Do The Same

UPDATED 11:03 AM PT – Wednesday, July 20, 2022

San Diego resident Shaun Fredrickson has been holding California leaders accountable since the start of the pandemic, saying they are not following the science themselves. One Americas Stella Escobedo caught up with him for more on the matter.


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Calif. parents stand up for their rights, urge others to do the same

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