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The five-count lawsuit names MassHealth, acting Assistant Secretary Amanda Cassel Kraft, former Assistant Secretary Daniel Tsai and Director of Diversity and Civil Rights Sonia Bryan. They are accused of violating Foley’s First Amendment right to free speech and her state constitutional right to free speech. Foley is also alleging wrongful termination, a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment for not affording her due process and a violation of her state constitutional right to due process.
A former MassHealth employee is suing the agency after she was fired for posting in a private Facebook group that she opposes reporting people who do not wear masks to law enforcement authorities. Denise Foley has filed a lawsuit against MassHealth for wrongful termination and violating her free speech rights with help from attorneys at the Liberty Justice Center, a national public interest law firm.
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