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Section 17-17-45

Coercion of employee by officer, agent, etc., of corporation.

Any officer or agent of a corporation, or other person with authority to discharge employees, who shall attempt by coercion, intimidation, threats to discharge, or to lessen the remuneration of any employee, to influence his or her vote in any election, or who requires or demands an examination or inspection by himself or herself or another of any employee's ballot, shall be guilty, upon conviction, of a Class B misdemeanor.

(Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §88.)
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