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Hobby Lobby Fires Employee for Divorcing Husband - Fake or News Satire Article

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Hobby Lobby Fires Employee for Divorcing Husband - Fake or News Satire Article

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The Fake or News Satire Article: Hobby Lobby Fires Employee for Divorcing Husband

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Hobby Lobby fired an employee yesterday for divorcing her husband without company approval.

33-year old Jennifer Silverton of Scottsdale, Ariz., spent 7 years as a cashier at the arts and crafts retail giant and was promoted to assistant manager just two weeks ago.

However, her employment was abruptly terminated for reasons of "moral laxity" after upper management learned she had divorced her husband two months ago after six years of marriage.

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