Protestor or rioter? Fired rally-goer sues for S10M.

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An Illinois computer firm fired a remote California-based worker after it learned she attended the Jan. 6 protest that led to the U.S. Capitol riot. She sued for $10 million, saying the company violated a California law that protects employees' off-duty activities and political beliefs. She said she only attended the rally, not the violent storming of the Capitol.


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