Here is the summary of House Bill 3914:
Creates the Positive Action Act. Provides that each State agency and employer shall take positive action when it reasonably believes such action is necessary to rectify discrimination or a disadvantage towards persons having a protected characteristic. Allows for favorable consideration in the process of recruitment or promotion for persons having a protected characteristic. Provides that each State agency and employer shall have a duty of equality in relation to employment and its employees. Specifies further requirements concerning the duty of equality. Requires each State agency to perform an internal examination for the existence of eugenics-inspired policies, and issue an annual report to the Governor and the General Assembly. Requires each State agency to take positive action and implement strategies and programs to eliminate and prevent any disparities created by discriminatory administrative rules, policies, and procedures. Provides for the adoption of rules. Provides that nothing in the Act shall be construed to contravene any federal law or requirement regarding affirmative action or its application to State law. Makes conforming changes for the purpose of changing references from “affirmative action” to “positive action”. Defines terms.
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