Man shot in the chest in St. Louis early Tuesday morning

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Man shot in the chest in St. Louis early Tuesday morning
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo (KTVI)–St. Louis County’s latest mask ordinance will remain in place while a judge considers arguments made in court Tuesday.

The St. Louis County Council passed the latest mask mandate on January 4. The vote was 4-3 along party lines. The four Democrats voted for it and the three Republicans opposed it. The mandate, which went into effect on January 5, requires anyone five and older to wear a mask while in indoor public spaces in St. Louis County and on public transportation. Schmitt also filed suit on January 5. He calls it illegal. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt tried to get a temporary restraining order to stop the mandate, but Judge Richard Stewart ruled against Schmitt on January 19 and allowed the requirement to stay in place ahead of Tuesday’s hearing.

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