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Constitutional - State Statute
Virginia A. Phillips
A political action committee that says California's A.B. 5 violates door-knockers' First Amendment rights by classifying them as employees is taking its suit to the Ninth Circuit after a lower court ruled it was unlikely to win.
California's attorney general fired back at a political action committee's accusation that classifying door knockers as employees under A.B. 5 is a violation of the First Amendment, saying the worker classification law has no effect on speech.
A political action committee along with a grassroots campaigning company sued the California attorney general, saying that the state law that requires classifying door knockers as employees violates their First Amendment rights.