Connecticut Employment Rights, Tenant Rights Law

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Sec. 21a-408p. Treatment of student, tenant or employee due to status as qualifying patient or primary caregiver.

(b) Unless required by federal law or required to obtain federal funding:

(1) No school may refuse to enroll any person or discriminate against any student solely on the basis of such person’s or student’s status as a qualifying patient or primary caregiver under sections 21a-408 to 21a-408n, inclusive;

(2) No landlord may refuse to rent a dwelling unit to a person or take action against a tenant solely on the basis of such person’s or tenant’s status as a qualifying patient or primary caregiver under sections 21a-408 to 21a-408n, inclusive; and

(3) No employer may refuse to hire a person or may discharge, penalize or threaten an employee solely on the basis of such person’s or employee’s status as a qualifying patient or primary caregiver under sections 21a-408 to 21a-408n, inclusive. Nothing in this subdivision shall restrict an employer’s ability to prohibit the use of intoxicating substances during work hours or restrict an employer’s ability to discipline an employee for being under the influence of intoxicating substances during work hours.

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