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Town Employee’s Speech Not Protected (access required)

The former utilities director terminated by the town of Blackstone cannot sue the town for violation of his First Amendment rights, based on years of internal communications about town business between plaintiff and his supervisor, the town manager, complaining about management of the department, and the Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s claim. After his termination, ...

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