Prohibiting AIDS Testing in the Health Insurance Context: Patching Up a Patchwork System
Russell, Suzanne M.
Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy. 1990; 5(1): 131-153.
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An act establishing standards for the collection, use, and disclosure of genetic information in issuing insurance; prohibiting insurers from requiring genetic testing except as otherwise required by law; prohibiting discrimination on the basis of genetic traits by insurers, health service corporations, health maintenance organizations, fraternal benefit societies, and other issuers of individual or group policies or certificates of insurance; prohibiting the solicitation of genetic information for nontherapeutic purposes; and amending sections 2-18-812 and 33-31-111, MCA Montana. Laws, statutes, etc. (1999-04-19)