Most states have antidiscrimination laws which expand on federal employment laws. For example, Wisconsin, has laws prohibiting discrimination based on arrest/conviction records, sexual orientation and marital status. Some states include discrimination laws regarding weight and/or smoker/non-smoker status.
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