ORNL Employees Are Defending Their Rights In Federal Court [Interview]
-By Gary Humble
The Tennessee legislature gave itself a big pat on the back for protecting the rights of Tennesseans from being coerced into taking the shot as a condition of employment. However, healthcare workers and employees working for federal contractors were left hanging in the balance, apparently undeserving of protection from federal overreach.
Listen to the story of 3 employees of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN as they are now on forced unpaid leave and defending themselves in federal court. The sad thing is that this could have been avoided. Tennessee could have stood up against the federal government. But we did not. And now these Tennesseans are left to defend themselves.
Want to help them fight?
Visit https://givesendgo.com/utbdiscriminates to support their lawsuit financially. And most of all, pray for success.
About Gary: Gary Humble is the founder and executive director of Tennessee Stands, an organization working to secure liberty and hold elected officials accountable to the Constitution through legislation, litigation, and education. Follow Gary @garyhumble and visit www.tennesseestands.org.
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Our Legislature has little courage–followers every one.