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A federal agency announced two disciplinary actions this week against federal workers for violating a law that limits political activity. But while one of them — a now-former Postal Service worker who committed the apparent sin of running for Congress — was fired, the other — an IRS worker who used taxpayer resources to promote President Obama’s 2012 candidacy — faces only a suspension.
Now the ex-Postal Service worker in question, Illinois resident and congressional candidate Marcus Lewis, is slamming the federal government for stripping him of his livelihood by “selectively enforcing” the law.