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69 Appendix B: State EEO Statutes, Regulations, and Agencies Links to citations are provided for convenience; transit agencies should verify statutory language from official sources. Alaska: Alaska Stat. Chapter 18.80. State Commission for Human Rights, http://old- bin/folioisa.dll/stattx08/query=chapter+18!2E80/doc/%7B@9173%7D?; Commission for Hu- man Rights, Arkansas: 11-3-203. Medical examination as condition of employment. California: Fair Employment and Housing Act, Government Code 1290012996, ; Department of Fair Employment and Housing Colorado: Colo. Rev. Stat. 24-34-402, rights/Statute_Regulations_Rules/2008Statutes.pdf ; Colorado Civil Rights Division, Connecticut: Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act (CFEPA), 46a-51 et seq. cited. 4 CA 423; 44 CA 446, ; Connecticut Commis- sion on Human Rights and Opportunities, Delaware: Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act, Title 19, Labor, Chapter 7, Em- ployment Practices, Subchapter II. Discrimination in Employment; Delaware Discrimination in Em- ployment Act, Title 19, Labor, Chapter 7, Employment Practices, Subchapter III, Handi- capped Persons Employment Protections District of Columbia: District of Columbia Human Rights Act of 1977, as amended, Dis- trict of Columbia Official Code Section 2-1401.01 et seq.; District of Columbia Office of Human Rights,| Florida: Florida Commission on Human Relations, Georgia: The Fair Employment Practices Act of 1978, as amended, Ga. Code Ann. 45-19- 20 et seq.; Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity, Equal Employment Division, Hawaii: Haw. Rev. Stat. Chapter 378, Part I (anti-discrimination in employment); Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, Idaho: Idaho Commission on Human Rights, Illinois: Illinois Human Rights Act, 775 Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/ D=64&ChapterName=HUMAN+RIGHTS&ActName=Illinois+Human+Rights+Act; Illinois Department of Human Rights, Indiana: Indiana Civil Rights Law, Ind. Code 22-9; Indiana Civil Rights Commission,

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70 Iowa: Iowa Civil Rights Act of 1965, ICE/default.asp?category=billinfo&service=IowaCode&ga=83#216.6; Iowa Admin. Code 161--8.1(216) General provisions--employee selection procedures, ; Iowa Civil Rights Commis- sion Kansas: Kansas Act Against Discrimination and Kansas Age Discrimination in Employ- ment Act, Kan. Stat. Ann. 44-1001 et seq. ; Kansas Human Rights Commission, Kentucky: The Kentucky Civil Rights Act, Ky. Rev. Stat. 344.010 et seq., ; Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, Louisiana: Prohibition of age discrimination; exceptions, RS 23:312, ; Discrimination [Disability], La. Rev. Stat. 23:323,; Intentional discrimination in employ- ment, RS 23:332, ; Louisiana Commission on Human Rights, Maine: Human Rights Act, Me. Rev. Stat. Title 5, Chapter 337, ; Maine Human Rights Commission, Maryland: MSA 20601 et seq. ; Maryland Commission on Human Relations, Massachusetts: Fair Employment Practices Law, Mass. Gen. Laws c. 151B, s. 4 ; Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimina- tion, Michigan: Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, Mich. Comp. Laws 37.2101 et seq.; Department of Civil Rights, Minnesota: Minnesota Human Rights Act, Minn. Stat. 363A.001,; Department of Human Rights, Missouri: Missouri Human Rights Act, Mo. Rev. Stat. Chpt. 213; Missouri Commission on Human Rights, Montana: Montana Human Rights Act, Mont. Code Ann. 49-2-303. Discrimination in em- ployment.; Department of Labor and Industry, Subchapter 6, Proof of Unlawful Discrimination,; Human Rights Bureau, Nebraska: Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act (FEPA); Neb. Admin. Code, Title 138, Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act, Rules and Regulations, Chapters 114,; Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission Nevada: Nev. Rev. Stat. 613.330 Unlawful employment practices: Discrimination on basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or national origin; interference

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71 with aid or appliance for disability; refusal to permit service animal at place of employment,; Nevada Equal Rights Commis- sion, New Hampshire: Law Against Discrimination: Equal Employment Opportunity, Section 354-A:6,, and 354-A:7 Unlaw- ful Discriminatory Practices.; Commission for Human Rights, New Jersey: Law Against Discrimination (LAD), N.J. Stat. Ann. 10:1-3. Exclusions based on race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, or sex unlawful, bin/om_isapi.dll?clientID=9937402&Depth=2&depth=2&expandheadings=on&headingswith hits=on&hitsperheading=on&infobase=statutes.nfo&record={36A0}&softpage=Doc_Frame_P G42 New Mexico: Human Rights Act [28-1-1 N.M. Stat. Ann. 1978]; N.M. Stat. Ann. 28-1-7. Unlawful discriminatory practice.; Human Rights Bureau, New York: New York State Executive Law, Article 15, Human Rights Law; New York State Division of Human Rights, North Carolina: North Carolina General Statutes, Article 6, Equal Employment and Compensation Opportunity; Assisting in Obtaining State Employment: 126-16, Equal op- portunity for employment and compensation by State departments and agencies and local political subdivisions. North Dakota: North Dakota Human Rights Act (N.D. Century Code Chapter 14-02.4), North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 46-04-01 Human Rights Practice and Procedure,; North Dakota Cent. Code, Title 34: Labor and Employment, Ohio: Ohio Rev. Code 4112.02 Unlawful discriminatory practices,; Ohio Civil Rights Commission, Oklahoma: Anti-Discrimination Act, 25 Okla. Stat. 1302; Oklahoma Human Rights Commission, Oregon: Or. Rev. Stat. Chapter 659A--Unlawful Discrimination in Employment, Public Accommodations and Real Property Transactions; Administrative and Civil Enforcement,; Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, Civil Rights Di- vision, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Human Relations Act,; Human Rela- tions Commission, Rhode Island: Civil Rights of People with Disabilities, Chapter 42-87, South Carolina: South Carolina Human Affairs Law,; Human Affairs Commission,

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72 South Dakota: South Dakota Human Relations Act,; Division of Human Rights, Tennessee: Tennessee Human Rights Act, Tenn. Code Ann. 4-21-401 through 4-21-408,; Human Rights Commission, Texas: Texas Labor Code, Chapter 21, Employment Discrimination,; Texas Workforce Commission, Civil Rights and Discrimination Division, Utah: Utah Antidiscrimination Act, Utah Code Ann. 34A-5-106,; Utah Antidiscrimination & La- bor Division, Vermont: 21 Vt. Stat. Ann. 495. Unlawful employment practice,; Vermont Human Rights Commis- sion, Virginia: Virginia Human Rights Act, Va. Code Ann. Chapter 39 2.2-3900 et seq.,; Human Rights Council Washington: Law Against Discrimination (Wash. Rev. Code 49.60),; Wash. Admin. Code 162-12 Preemploy- ment Inquiries Guide, %2012%20%20CHAPTER/WAC%20162%20-%2012%20%20Chapter.htm; Wash. Admin. Code 62-16 Employment, %2016%20%20CHAPTER/WAC%20162%20-%2016%20%20Chapter.htm; Wash. Admin. Code 162-22 Employment and Disability Discrimination, %2022%20%20CHAPTER/WAC%20162%20-%2022%20%20Chapter.htm West Virginia: West Virginia Human Rights Act, W. Va. Code 5-11-1, et seq.; Human Rights Commis- sion, Wisconsin: Wis. Stat. Ch. 111, Subch. II: Fair Employment, 31; Family and Medical Leave Act, 5198?f=templates$fn=document-frameset.htm$q=[field%20folio-destination- name:'103.10']$x=Advanced#0-0-0-52595, Wyoming: Wyo. Stat. Chapter 9--Fair Employment Practices,; Chapter III--Fair Employment Rules, ; Chapter V--Disability Discrimina- tion Rules,