Minnesota Statutes Data Practices (Ch. 13-13C) § 13.552. Human rights data coded elsewhere
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Subdivision 1. Scope. The sections referred to in subdivisions 2 to 6 are codified outside this chapter. Those sections classify human rights data as other than public, place restrictions on access to government data, or involve data sharing.
Subd. 2. Data of a political subdivision; investigative data. Data maintained by the Human Rights Department of a political subdivision, including human rights investigative data and data contained in closed or open case files, are classified the same as and administered in accordance with chapter 363A.
Subd. 3. Data provided under subpoena. Data supplied by a government entity pursuant to a subpoena issued by the commissioner of human rights is governed by section 363A.06, subdivision 2.
Subd. 4. Human rights conciliation efforts. Disclosure of information concerning efforts in a particular case to resolve a charge through education conference, conciliation, and persuasion is governed by section 363A.06, subdivision 4.
Subd. 5. Access to documents. Access to a copy of the charge and the respondent's answer to the charge is governed by section 363A.28, subdivision 9.
Subd. 6. Access to case files. Access to Human Rights Department investigative data by persons other than department employees is governed by section 363A.35.
Subd. 7. Equal pay certificate of compliance. Access to data relating to equal pay certificates of compliance is governed by section 363A.44.
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