If you feel you have been discriminated against you can file a complaint with the Division of Human Rights.  Once a complaint is filed, the Division of Human Rights will investigate and may present the case in a public hearing.

The Human Rights law prohibits discrimination in:

  • Employment
  • Apprenticeship and training
  • Purchase and rental of housing and commercial space
  • Places of public accommodation
  • Educational institutions
  • All credit transactions
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Last Reviewed: December 23, 2013