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Free speech argument fails in worker’s comp lawsuit

A Pennsylvania federal judge ruled that filing for workers’ compensation is not necessarily protected speech under the First Amendment. A sheriff’s department employee claimed she was fired for filing workers’ compensation claims for carpal tunnel syndrome. -db

From the First Amendment Center, October 11, 2012, by David L. Hudson Jr.

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