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EUGENE VOLOKH: Can private employers fire employees for going to a white supremacist rally? A su…

EUGENE VOLOKH: Can private employers fire employees for going to a white supremacist rally? A substantial minority of states, though, do ban discrimination based on political activity, especially off-the-job political activity; some cities and counties do as well. I cataloged them in 2012 in my article “Private Employees’ Speech and Political Activity: Statutory Protection Against […
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