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House Bill 1452


House Bill 1452

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB1452 (Updated February 20, 2001 5:47 PM - DI 84)


Employment discrimination. Prohibits an employer from discriminating against an employee, with respect to compensation and benefits or terms and conditions of employment, solely because of: (1) the employee's allegation that the employee has been the victim of rape, criminal deviate conduct, sexual battery, or sexual misconduct with a minor, or has been subjected to sexual harassment; (2) the employee's status as a victim of rape, criminal deviate conduct, sexual battery, or sexual misconduct with a minor; or (3) the employee's filing of a charge or complaint of sexual harassment with any court or governmental entity. Provides that an employee may bring a civil action to enforce these prohibitions against discrimination. Provides that if an employer violates these prohibitions against discrimination, a court may enjoin further discrimination by the employer and may award actual damages, costs, and attorney's fees.
Current Status:
 In Committee - 2nd House
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