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Minneapolis Pays Off The Psychologist It Fired For Teaming Up With Illinois Family Institute

Michael Campion, a psychologist fired from his job to screen potential Minneapolis police officers because of his ties to the anti-gay Illinois Family Institute, will receive a $210,000 settlement (which includes legal fees) from the city, whose City Council voted not to take the case to trial, which would have begun next week. Something about the court telling the city that Campion has a strong First Amendment argument or something.

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4 Comments

  • Skyler

    So the city council made up of 2 or 3 (I can’t remember which) decided to pay him? They’re paying a man who has “support for treating the ‘problem’ of homosexuality”? That’s a shame.

  • Skyler

    I’m sorry, 2 or 3 gay men, haha, I forgot to finish the sentence.

  • alan brickman

    he should have been fired and that’s it!!!!

  • alan brickman

    He obviously knew who the closet cases who trash gay rights were….and they paid him off….

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