2012 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 30 - Military Affairs and Defense
Chapter 30-11 - Employment Rights of Members of Armed Forces
Chapter 30-11-2 - Discrimination in employment against members of militia.
§ 30-11-2 Discrimination in employment against members of militia. No employer, or officer or agent of any corporation, company or firm, or other person shall discharge any person from employment because of being an officer or enlisted person in the military forces of this state or hinder or prevent that person from performing any military service he or she may be called upon to perform by proper authority, or dissuade any person from membership in the military forces of the state by threat of injury to that person in respect to his or her employment, trade, or business in case of his or her enlistment or commission. Any person violating any of the above provisions shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
History of Section.
(P.L. 1956, ch. 3742, par. 221; G.L. 1956, § 30-11-2.)
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