Public to weigh in on age discrimination bill proposal

Hartford

(WTNH) — State lawmakers want to hear from the public in a hearing on Tuesday about a bill that would deter employers from discriminating against job applicants because of their age.

The bill would prohibit employers from asking age, date of birth or graduation dates from prospective employees. The only exception is if the job requires an age qualification.

That public hearing is being held in Hartford on Tuesday.

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