ANDERSON, Ind. — The order also cited Clendenen’s job duties, which included overseeing the mayor’s calendar, drafting departmental policies, preparing significant financial reports and having access to internal department meetings and confidential information. Magnus-Stinson determined these responsibilities were patently political, and weren’t protected under the First Amendment.
The case had been set to go to trial on Sept. 9, but that became unnecessary after the Aug. 19 summary judgment.
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