Skip to comments.Judges extend block on background checks [California story]
Posted on 10/13/2007 10:20:17 AM PDT by Buddy B
Judges extend block on background checks By Elise Kleeman, Staff Writer
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - A panel of three federal judges has extended its temporary injunction blocking NASA from requiring background checks of all JPL employees.
Without an injunction, JPL employees who did not complete the necessary paperwork would have been "voluntarily terminated" Oct. 27.
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The most overturned court in US History. This will get the boot too. The Employer is completely within his/her rights to set the terms of employment. The employees have no legal leg to stand on.
What next? A lawsuit by CIA employees being required to sign non Discloser contracts?
Nah, why should we care if JPL or Lawrence Livermore or any other national facility like that is infiltrated? These judges are idiots. /ICan’tBelieveThisHasToBeSarcasm
Unless, of course, the Ninth Circuit somehow decides that requiring a background check prior to owning a firearm is unConstitutional. But that would probably only apply to illegal immigrants. Citizens would still have to prove that they are not criminals.
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