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There is a nasty fight brewing over free speech between the National Labor Relations Board and Whole Foods. It concerns that company's order prohibiting employees from wearing logos or slogans pertaining to the Black Lives Matter movement. Correspondent David Spunt has specifics tonight from the Justice Department. In a politically charged battle over free speech, Whole Foods is going head to head with the National Labor Relations Board after the company in 2020 banned employees from wearing Bl...
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