What happens in a Toledo court room in a first amendment violation law suit case may go a long way in determining just how far health leaders can go to try to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. 3 private Christian schools are joined by a group called Citizens For Community Values, in seeking a temporary restraining order that would bar Lucas county’s health agency from enforcing a temporary ban on in-person class room learning for students in 7th through 12th grades in Toledo. Their claim is that first amendment students rights to receive religious instruction in class rooms is being violated while health department orders allow people to visit casinos and strip clubs. I’m not a judge but their argument seems pretty valid to me. Whether it will hold water in the judicial system will be up to a judge to decide. That’s the way I see it.