§ 11-67.1-20. Display of public-awareness sign Penalty for failure to display.
(a) Any public or quasi-public transportation agency shall display a public-awareness sign that contains the state and national human trafficking resource center hotline information in every transportation station, rest area, and welcome center in the state that is open to the public.
(b) An employer shall display the public-awareness sign described in subsection (a) of this section in a place that is clearly conspicuous and visible to employees and the public at each of the following locations in this state at which the employer has employees:
(1) A strip club or other sexually-oriented business;
(2) A business entity previously found to be a nuisance for prostitution;
(3) A job-recruitment center;
(4) A hospital; or
(5) An emergency-care provider.
(c) The department of labor and training shall impose a fine of three hundred dollars ($300) per violation on an employer that knowingly fails to comply with subsection (b) of this section. The fine shall be the exclusive remedy for failure to comply.
(P.L. 2017, ch. 232, § 2; P.L. 2017, ch. 260, § 2.)