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Minnesota Law Weekly | Episode 13: Minneapolis Fed segregated, discriminated against unvaxxed employee

Watch the thirteenth episode of Minnesota Law Weekly. Upper Midwest Law Center Senior Trial Counsel James Dickey discusses an ongoing case against the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank, which terminated Officer Rodney Maki following his request for a religious exemption to not receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 

Minnesota Law Weekly is produced in collaboration with Alpha News. You can also listen to the show on Apple Podcasts.

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