Article - State Finance and Procurement
An employer may not take or refuse to take any personnel action as a reprisal against an employee because the employee:
(1) discloses information that the employee reasonably believes evidences:
(i) an abuse of authority, gross mismanagement, or gross waste of money;
(ii) a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety; or
(iii) a violation of law;
(2) objects to or refuses to participate in any activity, policy, or practice in violation of law; or
(3) following a disclosure under item (1) of this section, seeks a remedy provided under this subtitle.