Blowing the Whistle Falls on Deaf Ears: Revamping Texas's Whistleblower Jurisprudence by Applying the Lessons of Garcetti and Sarbanes-Oxley
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Throughout the nation and in the state of Texas, whistleblowers play a crucial role in the workplace. Argues that because whistleblowers deserve protection from retaliation, legislatures should be held accountable in their development of ineffective whistleblower legislation.
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