Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Steven H. Aden, The Rutherford Institute, Charlottesville, VA, (John W. Whitehead, The Ruthersford Institute, Charlottesville, VA, Jack Y. Goree and Christopher Goree, Goree & Goree, P.C., Tulsa, OK, and Leah Farish, Tulsa, OK, with him on the briefs), for Plaintiffs-Appellants.
Kevin D. Jewell, Magenheim, Bateman & Helfand, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, Roni S. Rierson, Atkinson, Haskins, Nellis, Holeman, Phipps, Brittingham & Gladd, Tulsa, OK, Scott B. Wood, Whitten, Nelson, McGuire, Wood, Terry, Roeslius & Dittrich, Tulsa, OK, (William S. Helfand and Barbara E. Roberts, Magenheim, Bateman & Helfand, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX; Galen L. Brittingham, Atkinson, Haskins, Nellis, Holeman, Phipps, Brittingham & Gladd, Tulsa, OK; Elizabeth A. Hart, Whitten, Nelson, McGuire, Wood, Terry, Roeslius & Dittrich, Tulsa, OK; John E. Dowdell and Christine D. Little, Norman, Wohlgemuth, Chandler, & Dowdell, Tulsa, OK, with them on the briefs) for Defendants-Appellees.
Before SEYMOUR and McCONNELL, Circuit Judges, and KRIEGER, District Judge.
United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.
McCONNELL, Circuit Judge.
In this civil rights action, parents of eight pre-school children enrolled in the Head Start program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, complain that their children were subjected to intrusive physical examinations, including genital examinations and blood tests, on school premises without parental notice or consent. They claim that the Head Start agency, defendant Tulsa Community Action Project, falsely represented to medical personnel that consent forms...
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