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The national government does not require states to have either a state law forbidding discrimination in employment or a fair employment practices agency for enforcement of the statute.
If a charge arises in a state with a fair employment practices agency, but the agency does not have subject matter jurisdiction, the EEOC need not defer to the agency and the charge is treated as if there were no state agency (29 CFR 1601.
The age discrimination laws of the District of Columbia, Iowa, Kansas, New York, Oregon, and Vermont apply to persons aged eighteen or over, and the age discrimination law of New Hampshire, which contains no express age limitations, has been interpreted by the state fair employment practices agency to apply only to person aged eighteen or over.