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NV lawmakers seek to repeal anti-communist law
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[quote:Ralph--a house dog:MV8yMDYyOTkyXzM0NzA2MzQ4XzZEMjg4Q0Qw] from the link: 'The law was passed during an era of renewed fears that Communists were infiltrating all walks of American life" So now that we KNOW Communists have infiltrated our society, they're going to repeal this law? Can't have anybody trampling on the rights of those who have vowed to destroy the United States! Nancy Pelosi would probably call it 'unamerican' to discriminate against Communists. I guess since the Federal law was repealed in the early 1970's it won't make much difference, altho I wonder how many other states have laws such as this and have enough sense to keep them. [/quote]
A Nevada legislative panel has decided it's high time to repeal a state law that allows job discrimination against communists.
The 12-member Legislative Commission unanimously decided this week to introduce a bill at the 2013 session that would repeal a law that was passed in 1951 during the anti-communist fervor of the Cold War.
The law allows employers to reject job applications from communists and their sympathizers, and to fire any communists in their workforce.
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