News: Salem Media, veteran journalist sue Illinois governor over exclusion from press briefings

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Salem Media, veteran journalist Amy Jacobson sue Illinois governor over exclusion from press briefings

Amy Jacobson, a journalist for Salem’s AM 560 The Answer in Chicago, broke news that the governor’s family had traveled to Wisconsin amid a statewide “stay-at-home” order. Now she is banned from the governor’s daily press briefings To schedule an interview, contact media@libertyjusticecenter.org or 773-809-4403. CHICAGO (June 1, 2020) – Veteran Chicago journalist Amy Jacobson

Janus lawyers applaud Texas Attorney General for new opinion siding with public employees’ rights

In a new opinion built on the rights secured for public-sector workers in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME ruling, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton affirms the right of Texas public employees to make a free choice whether or not to join or remain in a union.

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