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Read this before making a First Amendment protest at work like Colin Kaepernick

MarketWatch

The First Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, expression, assembly and the right to petition. The amendment prohibits the government from interfering in the free exercise of speech and religion.That’s why it may give government employees additional protection, since any action against an employee may be considered government action, said Paula Brantner, a senior adviser at Workplace Fairness, an employment law nonprofit.

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NFL Players Association Responds to Attacks on Free Speech

Kenneth Quinnell

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Ian Millhiser

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Michael Arria

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Laura Clawson

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Roybal v. Toppenish School District

Reversing the grant of summary judgment to the plaintiff pursuant to the district court's erroneous ruling that a school district violated a principal's due process rights when it failed to comply with procedures required under state law relating to the reduction of his salary and holding that the court lacks jurisdiction to review the denial of qualified immunity as to First Amendment retaliation claims.

September 28, 2017

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