Trevor Keezor broke his company's rules. He was warned several times. Then he was fired. That should probably be the end of the story. But Mr. Keezor sees himself as a martyr, a spokesperson for Christians everywhere who aren't allowed to write their own dress code policies and demand they still ge ... More >>
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