Discriminatory Electronic Mail Policies For The Expression Of Religious Viewpoints

A lawsuit was filed in Dallas, Texas, regarding the constitutionality of school district statute that banned certain electronic mails that corresponded with religious affiliation. An employee of the school district had distributed an electronic mail that contained information about President Bush's proclamation of a National Day of Prayer. As a result of this electronic mail, the employee was threatened with a revocation of her electronic mail privileges.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What practical advice can attorneys provide, to employers including school districts about the constitutionality of the policies of religious electronic mails?


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