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This act requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations related to an employee's pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition so long as such accommodations do not disrupt or place an undue hardship on the employer's normal operations. There are exceptions to this provision, such as if the treatment would endanger the health or safety of an individual, could contradict a business necessity of the employer, and considerations for the size of the employer's business.Year: 2015•State: North Dakota•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: North Dakota State Legislature
This act prohibits employers from discriminating against workers through pay based on sex. This act allows for pay differences to exist legally only through differing levels of skill, responsibility, or effort. This act also makes it illegal for employers to eliminate the gender pay equity gap by lowering the salary of the higher paid employee in order to meet the criteria of the law.Year: 2015•State: North Dakota•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: North Dakota State Legislature
A concurrent resolution to create and enact a new section to article IV of the Constitution of North Dakota, relating to the establishment of a legislative redistricting commission; and for the amendment of sections 2, 3, and 4 of article IV of the Constitution of North Dakota, relating to legislative redistricting and the term of office of senators and representatives.Year: 2011•State: North Dakota•Type: Constitutional Amendment•Source: North Dakota Legislature
This act prohibits the writing, reading, or sending of an electronic message while operating a motor vehicle while the vehicle is either in motion or at a temporary stop such as a stop sign or traffic light. Electronic messages include email, text message, instant message, and a command or request to access the Internet.Year: 2011•State: North Dakota•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: North Dakota Legislature
This act prohibits an individual under eighteen years of age from operating an electronic communication device to talk, compose, read, or send an electronic message while operating a motor vehicle that is in motion unless the sole purpose of operating the device is to obtain emergency assistance, to prevent a crime about to be committed, or in the reasonable belief that an individual's life or safety is in danger.Year: 2011•State: North Dakota•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: North Dakota Legislature