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News From KT where A federal judge ruled that a library's dress code that prevented a worker from wearing a necklace with a cross pendant was an unconstitutional violation of free-speech rights.
The employee, Kimberly Draper, was fired for refusing to take off the pendant, which she wore as an expression of her religious faith.
"It is simply beyond credibility that an employee's personal display of a cross pendant, a star of David, or some other minor, unobtrusive religious symbol on her person would interfere with the library's purpose,"