Introduced House Bill (H)

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DIGEST

Off duty use of tobacco by prospective employees. Removes the prohibition against an employer requiring, as a condition of employment, that a prospective employee refrain from using tobacco products outside the course of the prospective employee's employment. Removes the civil cause of action that a prospective employee could have brought against an employer for requiring the prospective employee, as a condition of employment, to refrain from using tobacco products outside the course of the prospective employee's employment. Off duty use of tobacco by prospective employees. Removes the prohibition against an employer requiring, as a condition of employment, that a prospective employee refrain from using tobacco products outside the course of the prospective employee's employment. Removes the civil cause of action that a prospective employee could have brought against an employer for requiring the prospective employee, as a condition of employment, to refrain from using tobacco products outside the course of the prospective employee's employment.