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Civil Rights – Political Patronage – Public Employee – Legislative Immunity (access required)

Where plaintiff, a Republican and the former county public works superintendent, alleges that he was dismissed from his position by the newly elected board of supervisors for purely political reasons, the court denies defendant board members' motion to dismiss on the grounds that they are entitled to legislative immunity and that plaintiff occupied a "policymaking" ...

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