If an employer denies an employee in this state FMLA leave to care for a person described
in section 8-13.3-203 who is not a person for whom the employee would be entitled to leave under the FMLA,
or interferes with an employee's exercise of or attempt to exercise his or her right
to FMLA leave for persons described in section 8-13.3-203, the employer is subject to damages and equitable relief as specified in the FMLA. An aggrieved employee may bring an action in state court against the employer to
recover damages or equitable relief.
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