Why the Yates Memo Is Constitutionally Suspect

The potential for constitutional abuse presented by the Yates Memo is substantial, particularly when companies happen to disagree with the government yet are pressured to coerce employees to speak about alleged “wrongdoing” to preserve their employers' existence.

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