2006 New Mexico Statutes - Section 1-20-13 — Coercion of employees.
1-20-13. Coercion of employees.
Coercion of employees consists of any officer or agent of any corporation, company or association, or any person having under his control or in his employment persons entitled to vote at any election, directly or indirectly discharging or threatening to discharge such employee because of the employee's political opinions or belief or because of such employee's intention to vote or refrain from voting for any candidate, party, proposition, question or constitutional amendment.
Whoever commits coercion of employees is guilty of a fourth degree felony.
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