The completion of this questionnaire, or contacting the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights via email or telephone does not constitute the filing of a complaint of discrimination with the Commission pursuant to Title 20 of the State Government Article, Annotate Code of Maryland. To file a complaint of discrimination required the complainant to provide the Commission a written complaint, signed by the complainant. Anyone wishing to file a complaint alleging unlawful discrimination in violation of Titles 20, must file the complaint within six (6) months of the alleged unlawful incident, in the case of discrimination by a place of public accommodation, or within one year of the alleged unlawful incident, in the case of unlawful housing practices. The Commission encourages anyone wishing to file a complaint to immediately contact the Commission by telephone and speak directly with a trained intake officer at one of our offices.
Note: Maryland employment anti-discrimination law applies only to employers with 15 or more employees.
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