Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become a cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountability Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

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Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become a Cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountably Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

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Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become an Original Cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountably Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

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Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become a Cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountably Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

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Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become an Original Cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountably Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

Read More

Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers: Become an Original Cosponsor of the No Disrupting Accountably Act (NDA Act)

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or overwhelmingly expensive court battles.

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Don’t Let NDAs Silence Whistleblowers!

On Sunday, the Washington Post reported that the White House may be using Non-Disclosure Agreements to block employees in the Executive Office of the President from discussing matters they see behind closed doors. If true, this has a chilling effect
on anyone who wants to alert the public to illegal or unethical conduct. Congress cannot let the administration try to muzzle potential whistleblowers with threats of legal action or pricey court battles.

Read More