• The State of California has amended its Labor Code to prohibit discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment on account of “actual or perceived sexual orientation.” The new law applies to any employer “regularly employing five or more persons.” However, the law exempts any “religious association or corporation not organized for private profit, whether incorporated as a religious or public benefit corporation.” The law was signed by Governor Wilson on September 25, 1992. California Labor Code § 1102.1.
See Also: Labor Laws
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