Suit Alleges Car Dealer Fired Manager for Refusing to Pray

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A civil rights suit filed in Camden, N.J., federal court alleges a former manager of used car dealership CarSense was fired after objecting to the owners' demands that he participate in Bible study, prayer meetings and other outwardly religious activities in the workplace.

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  • JR

    The unfortunate impact of the Hobby Lobby decision is to embolden employers to impose their religious beliefs upon their employees.

    We are all the worse for coporations being deemed persons entitled to free speech and religious rights.

    A corporation is not a person; money is not speech; religion does not belong in the workplace.

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