Kelvin Cochran

Former fire chief Kelvin Cochran has reached a $1.2 million settlement with the city of Atlanta

The settlement ends "a case he brought after the city fired him for writing — and distributing to a select few city employees — a self-published book that articulated an entirely orthodox Christian view of sex and marriage." - National Review

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Judge Challenges Atlanta Policy Used to Fire Christian Fire Chief over Devotional

In Cochran v. City of Atlanta, the US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia said that the city’s restrictions on non-work speech, which were used to terminate Cochran, “do not set out objective standards for the supervisor to employ” and do not “pass constitutional muster.” CToday

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