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BY PAULA BURKESEmployees may face discipline, termination for talking politics at work
Q: This year's presidential election will likely go down in history as one of the most contentious and divisive, so it's not surprising when heated discussions overflow into the workplace.
By RICK M. GREEN Capitol Bureau firstname.lastname@example.orgThe state's annual cost of providing health insurance benefits to public workers and their dependents is more than a half-billion dollars a year and rising.
While there is general agreement on that number, there is no agreement on whether something should be done to limit this huge expense.