Loudoun County school board votes to guarantee employee free speech rights (1 Viewer)

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The Loudoun County, Virginia school board voted Tuesday to revise their professional conduct policy to explicitly address the First Amendment rights of employees.

The revised policy follows an Aug. 30 ruling from the Virginia Supreme Court, which ruled Loudoun County Public Schools failed to prove a lower court abused its discretion by ordering Loudoun County teacher Tanner Cross reinstated after he was placed on administrative leave in May for criticizing a proposed transgender policy.

Citing his religion, Cross gave a viral speech at the May...

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