State Whistleblower Laws
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A "whistleblower" is an employee who reports a violation of the law by his or her employer. Most states (and the federal government) have laws protecting whistleblowers from retaliation for filing a claim or reporting a violation. Choose a link from the list below for state-specific whistleblower laws, including prohibited employer activities and remedies for violations.
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