The Garden State Parkway in New Jersey have forbid their workers to say “God Bless you” when completing a transaction with a motorist. One worker has always greeted motorists with a “God Bless you and have a good day,” and has never received a complaint. But, yet, her boss told her she could no longer say that statement. Her boss has no right to interfere with the religious liberties of any employee. Under what statue does the boss have the right to forbid her to make that statement? The Parkway needs to reprimand this boss and send him to supervisory retraining school!