City broke rules in firing Christian fire chief
Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran A federal court ruled Wednesday that a city’s policies violated the First Amendment when the City of Atlanta dismissed its Christian fire chief following his self-publication of a devotional book that included comments critical of homosexuality. “The government can’t force its employees to get its permission before engaging in free…
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