“University of Idaho is committed to operating within the confines of laws of the state of Idaho”
Promoting abortion while on the clock would apparently violate state law.
Campus Reform reports:
University warns faculty not to promote abortion
The University of Idaho (U of I) warned its staff that promoting abortion during work hours could violate a new state law in a Sept. 23 email.
“University of Idaho is committed to operating within the confines of laws of the state of Idaho which restrict expenditures of funds and activities of university employees in the areas of abortion and contraception,” the email, obtained by Boise State Public Radio, reads.
U of I General Counsel listed the possible charges in the email, which include “Misdemeanor or felony convictions (with imprisonment and fines); Mandatory reimbursement of funds used in violation of the law; Mandatory loss of state employment; and Permanent bar from future state employment.”
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