45 CFR 1218.6 - Freedom to present views.

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§ 1218.6 Freedom to present views.
The expression by a volunteer of his views with respect to the terms and conditions of his service shall not be construed as reflecting on a volunteer's standing, performance or desirability as a volunteer. ACTION intends that its programs be conducted in an atmosphere in which volunteers can speak freely, and frankly discuss problems. Nor shall a volunteer who represents such views be subjected to restraint, interference, coercion, discrimination or reprisal because of presentation of his views.

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