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44-1126.Prohibited acts. (a) No person shall:

(1) Discriminate against a member of the military because of military status;

(2) discriminate against a member of the military with respect to employment, or employment position or status, because of membership or service in the military;

(3) deny employment to any member of the military, or disqualify for or discharge from employment any member of the military, because of membership or service in the military; or

(4) discharge from employment any member of the military because of the member's performance of emergency military duty.

(b) No officer or employee of the state or any political or taxing subdivision of the state shall:

(1) Discriminate against a member of the military because of military status;

(2) discriminate against a member of the military with respect to employment or appointment, or employment position or status, because of membership or service in the military; or

(3) deny employment to a member of the military, or disqualify for or discharge from employment any member of the military, because of membership or service in the military.

(c) No person shall prohibit or refuse entrance to, or otherwise discriminate against, any member of the military in any place of public accommodations because the member is wearing the member's military uniform or because of the member's membership or service in the military.

History: L. 1993, ch. 233, § 2; July 1.



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