The House version of the bill would have allowed older workers to file age-discrimination claims with the state civil rights commission and have a chance to win back wages or other penalties.
But business groups opposed the measure.
The Senate committee amended the bill so it no longer would give certain workers a chance to seek state penalties for age discrimination.
A conference committee is expected to seek a compromise between the two versions of the bill.
Monday, April 13, 2009
It will be my guess from reading the following that it will be. I am a bit divided on this in gneral but very much of the opinion that the current law serves no one well. By no, I include particularly businesses.
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