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When it comes to free speech, employers have the upper hand

Aaron Schrank Aug 18, 2017
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In the week since a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville lead to deadly violence, some of the participants have been outed online and even fired from their jobs. Now, more protests and counter protests are springing up around the country. While the first amendment protects speech — including hate speech, the freedom to express your views and not run afoul of your employer can depend on where you live and who you work for. 

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