When Gov. Brian Kemp and his top lawyer, Attorney General Chris Carr, go to court with their face mask lawsuit against Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the Atlanta City Council, they’re going to have to … wear a mask.

Kemp’s lawsuit has been assigned to Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kelly Lee Ellerbe. As of Friday afternoon, the judge had not yet scheduled a hearing on the case, according to her senior staff attorney, Jennifer Ventry.  An email from chambers included this reminder: “Face masks or facial coverings are required for entry into the Fulton County Courthouse and Justice Center Complex.”

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