Federal employees can't make political posts at work, per new social-media rules
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Federal employees who want to "resist" or "Make America Great Again" will have to keep it off social media while at work, if they want to keep their job.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel released guidelines for social media use in accordance with the Hatch Act on Tuesday. The guidelines detail what federal employees can and cannot post on social mediaduring and outside their work hours.
The Hatch Act is a federal law that prohibits federal government employees from engaging in... read more
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