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California Employment Discrimination Law

 

California employment discrimination law is located in the California Codes Annotated, Government Code, Title 2, Division 3, Part 2.8, in the sections below. California also has a variety of other employment discrimination laws which are not covered here, including: discrimination in state employment, discrimination on the basis of political activities, discrimination against volunteer firefighters, peace officers and emergency personnel, discrimination against those who file labor complaints, discrimination against persons who take blood tests for AIDS, discrimination on the basis of sex in the payment of wages, discrimination against whistleblowers, and discrimination on the basis of a record of arrests.

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