ENCINITAS — Last week, attorney Dean Broyles filed an appeal of Judge John Meyer’s ruling that EUSD’s (Encinitas Union School District) yoga program promotes physical and mental wellness, and not any religious doctrine.
OCEANSIDE — In 2006, 32-year-old Sean O’Shea was killed in a freak automobile accident caused by an unidentified vehicle, on Interstate 5.
ENCINITAS — National attention and a legal challenge haven’t slowed down the Encinitas Union School District (EUSD) yoga program.
Judge John Meyer ruled Monday morning that an Encinitas school yoga program can continue, setting a legal precedent in possibly the first trial of its kind.
ENCINITAS — A lawsuit calling for the end of school yoga classes on the basis that they violate the separation of church and state resumed in court Monday. The yoga program’s architect, the last witness in the trial, took the stand.
After wading through three pages of the expert witness, Candy Gunther Brown’s C.V., I find it disturbing that she has little to no credible background in Eastern Religious studies.
ENCINITAS — A lawsuit seeking the end of a school yoga program has been a lightning rod for controversy. On Monday, the case kicked off in a downtown San Diego courtroom.
DEL MAR — It’s 9:30 a.m. and Stacy McCarthy is standing on the asphalt behind Albertsons on Via de la Valle, clasping her hands together in the iconic namaste gesture.
ENCINITAS — During a courtroom hearing last week it was decided a lawsuit demanding the end of a school yoga program will be heard May 20.