The Washington Post: What your boss can and can’t do when it comes to politics at work


Some legal experts say, the Federal Election Commission's regulations haven't kept up with the changes that Citizens United brought. The FEC prohibits employers from coercing workers when it comes to monetary donations or fundraising. But the rules are not as clear about what happens if the corporation, acting independent from the campaign, compels workers tosay, stuff envelopes. “One of the problems is the FEC, after Citizens United, has been unable to resolve these issues,” says Larry Noble, a former FEC general counsel who now holds that title at the nonprofit Campaign Legal Center.

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