This editorial will appear in Friday’s print edition.
Should supervisors in government agencies not so subtly suggest how workers should vote if they want to keep their jobs?
Should churches collect donations for a political cause that aligns with their beliefs and send them to the campaign?
The first scenario seems like a no-brainer. Of course bosses shouldn’t apply political pressure in the workplace – especially in government offices. In fact, the Hatch Act expressly prohibits certain government employees from partisan politicking at work.
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