Legislative immunity bars unlawful discrimination lawsuitAlmonte v. City of Long Beach, 478 F. 3d 10 In a civil rights and wrongful discharge case based on the members of the City of Long Beach's city council voting to eliminate the funding for a number of positions, a federal district court rejected Long Beach's motion to dismiss the complaint. The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, reversed the lower court's decision. The Circuit Court said that Legislative immunity applies not only to the council members' budget vote to eliminate funding the positions in question, but also to any discussions and agreements members may have had regarding the new budget prior to the vote, regardless of whether those discussions and agreements took place in secret. The decision is posted on the Internet at: http://nypublicpersonnellawarchives.blogspot.com/2007/02/united-states-cour-t-of-appeals-2-for.html .
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