Santa Clara County, CA – Where They USED to Have a First Amendment

County office bans criticism of Obamacare

Warns employee ‘controversial’ statements not allowed


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Santa Clara County, Calif., officials have banned a 20-year employee from making “less than positive” remarks about Obamacare, because they can cause stress for listening co-workers.

The county made the stunning move when Norina Mooney was chatting with a co-worker about the Affordable Care Act,  according to the Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing the woman. Read more at WND.com.

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