DeSantis Workplace Training Restrictions Temporarily Blocked by Judge

Governor DeSantis’ quest not to have the woke ideology forced down people’s throats has been dealt a blow.

The Stop-WOKE Act was hit with a temporary block on Thursday.

The legislation bans schools from hiring CRT consultants as well as prohibiting schools and businesses from being able to teach this curriculum.

Judge Mark Walker, a Barack Obama judge, issued the order.

Too Far

According to Judge Walker, the restrictions on private business went too far.

Walker wrote, “If Florida truly believes we live in a post-racial society, then let it make its case.

“But it cannot win the argument by muzzling its opponents.

“Because, without justification, the [bill] attacks ideas, not conduct, [the businesses] are substantially likely to succeed on the merits of this lawsuit.”

This will be a real test for the First Amendment in terms of this being free speech or something forced that employees should not be subject to.

The outcome of this case will be far-reaching in terms of what businesses in other states will do once this case plays out.

Source: Daily Caller

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