San Diego, CA--The City of San Diego recently rescinded its order that employees not mention the term “Founding Fathers.” This reversal occurred after Pacific Justice Institute staff attorney Matthew McReynolds sent a demand letter informing the City that such a mandate was an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment.
The City had cited the phrase as “gender biased” language in the city manual and had recently affirmed this policy to its employees. (More)
San Diego, CA--Just in time for President’s Day, the City of San Diego is warning its employees that even mentioning the Founding Fathers could get them in trouble.
That’s one of many startling conclusions reached by a new manual the city has issued for written and oral communication by its employees. In a section on “Bias-Free Language,”... (MORE)
CBS SF Bay Area: Group Demands Outdoor Urinal At SF's Dolores Park Be Removed
FOX 2 (SF Bay Area): SF Dolores Park's Infamous Open-Air Urinal May Be Subject To Lawsuit
AP News (Via LA Times): Open-Air Urinals In S.F. Park 'Disgusting' Critics Say
One News Now: A Semi-Private Idea That's 100 Percent San Francisco
Bay City News: Lawsuit Threatened Over Dolores Park Urinal
EdSource: State Sends Mixed Messages On Smarter Balanced Test Participation
Daily Republic: Planned Parenthood Worried About Wrong Pro-Life Group, Attorney Says
Herald and News: County To Display 'In God We Trust' Motto
One News Now: Obama Discovers 'Religious Freedom' In Baltimore
ABC 7 (SF Bay Area): Lawsuit Filed To Get Rid Of Open Air Urinal In San Francisco's Dolores Park
Click Here For More News Articles