10-1-1005. Prohibition against employment discrimination. An employer may not deny employment, reemployment, reinstatement, retention, promotion, or any benefit of employment or obstruct, injure, discriminate against, or threaten negative consequences against a person with regard to employment because of the person's membership, application for membership, or potential application for membership in the state organized militia or because the person may exercise or has exercised a right or may claim or has claimed a benefit under this part.
History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 381, L. 2005.