Discrimination by the State and by Substantial Monopolies

No law, action, or decision, and no action or decision by a party that is a substantial monopoly, including decisions of hiring, wages and salaries, assignment of duties, promotions and demotions of rank, charges of fees, acceptance as a client or customer, entry into a contract, and contents of contracts, can be based on or change their manner of operation based explicitly on race, ethnicity, age, or except as specified in this document, apparel, coiffure, creed, deformity, infirmity, or gender, provided that such laws, actions, and decisions, and such actions and decisions by a party that is a substantial monopoly, can be based on or change their manner of operation based explicitly on any characteristic directly implicated in fitness for fulfillment of the narrowly defined responsibilities of employment or performance within a contract, including donning of uniforms while on duty.

This section does not apply to a non-state party when it is not a substantial monopoly.



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