September 22, 2022
October 9, 2014
Toll Worker Told Not to Say “God Bless You”
A former toll worker in New Jersey was told by her boss that she could no longer say “God bless you” as to not offend motorists. Cynthia Fernandez has always greeted motorists with a “God bless you and have a good day,” never receiving a complaint from them. Instead of following her boss’s orders, Fernandez decided to quit her job. The Garden State Parkway claims she resigned due to other factors, such as her shift and not the “God bless you” incident. Fernandez has filed a suit against the Garden State Parkway citing an infringement of her First Amendment Rights. ACTION: Contact the Garden State Parkway and tell them to not interfere with the religious liberties of their employees!
Call: (732) 750-5300
Write: New Jersey Turnpike Authority, PO Box 5042, Woodbridge, NJ 07095-5042
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