Wednesday, June 29, 2005
WorldNetDaily -- A man pens anti-homosexuality articles for small conservative websites -- from his own home and on his own time -- and finds himself fired for it. While he did not include his employer's name in his bio, one website added that he works for Allstate. According to the article, a pro-gay organization (which receives money from Allstate) complained to Allstate and the man was fired. Then Allstate protested his unemployment claim with the state, but the state found in favor of the former employee. He's now suing Allstate for discrimination.
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