On Monday, the Washington Post sent out a memo to its employees outlining what is considered acceptable off-the-clock behavior for its employees concerning attending certain events. While the memo is meant to reinforce the longstanding policy that employees do not engage in overtly political behavior in public, the guidance given is a bit contradictory.
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