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House Bill 1180

House Bill 1180

ARCHIVE (2005)

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Records of labor investigations and inspections. Provides that the department of labor's records of investigations and inspections are confidential (except for a final report that includes the disposition of the investigation or inspection, including any formal charges filed). Requires that an employer or person being investigated or inspected have at least 14 days after receiving the proposed final report to review and submit a written response before the report becomes final. Provides that the employer's or person's written response becomes part of the final report. Provides for, in addition to the penalty in the public records law for knowingly or intentionally disclosing confidential information, the immediate dismissal of an officer or employee of the state who knowingly or intentionally discloses confidential information under this provision.
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In Committee - first House
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