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House Bill 1092

House Bill 1092

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB1092 (Updated April 25, 2007 10:42 am - DI 84)

Military service benefits. Establishes an unpaid leave of absence of up to 10 working days for the spouse, parent, grandparent, or sibling of a person ordered to active duty in the United States armed forces or the National Guard. Requires an employee to provide written notice and a copy of the active duty orders, if available, before taking the leave. Provides that an employee taking leave is permitted, or may be required, to use certain paid leave to which the employee is entitled. Requires an employee to be restored to the position that the employee held before the leave or to an equivalent position. Requires an employer to permit an employee who is taking a leave to continue the employee's health care benefits at the employee's expense. Provides equitable remedies for violations. Provides for grants from the military family relief fund for child care assistance. Provides that a person who furnishes lodging for compensation commits a class C infraction if the person refuses to rent a room to an individual who is (1) under 21 years of age; and (2) on active military duty. Exempts an individual on active military duty from serving on a jury.
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