Professor Stone Discusses Legality of Employers Pressuring Employees to Vote for Specific Political Candidates in an Article in The Nation

April 20, 2011 -- Professor Katherine Stone discussed the legality of Koch Industries pressuring their employees to vote for conservative Republican candidates in the wake of the Citizens United decision.​ He comments appear in an article in The Nation.

“This sort of election propaganda seems like a new development,” says UCLA law professor Katherine Stone, who specializes in labor law and who reviewed the Koch Industries election packet for The Nation. “Until Citizens United, this sort of political propaganda was probably not permitted. But after the Citizens United decision, I can imagine it’ll be a lot more common, with restrictions on corporations now lifted.”

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