Former Courser, Gamrat aides sue Michigan House for wrongful termination, retaliation

kevin-cotter-michigan-house-speaker.jpegFired aides to former state Reps. Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat sued the Michigan House on Monday, alleging they were wrongfully terminated after sharing information about their bosses with Speaker Kevin Cotter’s office.

The five-count federal suit, filed in U.S. District Court on behalf of Keith Allard and Ben Graham, accuses the House of violating their First Amendment rights, the Michigan Whistleblowers’ Protection Act and invading their privacy.  Read More