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MN Supreme Court Says State of Minnesota in Violation of MN Genetic Privacy Law
Citizens' Council for Health Freedom PDF file ^
| November 16, 2011
| twila brase
Posted on 11/17/2011 1:28:16 PM PST by WOBBLY BOB
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that the Minnesota Department of Health is violating the Minnesota Genetic Privacy Law with its storage, use and dissemination of newborn screening test results and newborn DNA.
(Excerpt) Read more at cchfreedom.org ...
TOPICS: Government; News/Current Events; US: Minnesota
KEYWORDS: court; dna; mn; privacy
Justice Helen M. Meyer, voicing the majority opinion in the ruling, writes: "The Genetic Privacy Act ... restricts the collection, use, storage, and dissemination of blood samples collected pursuant to the newborn screening statutes... "The newborn screening statutes provide an express exception to the Genetic Privacy Act only to the extent that the Department is authorized to administer newborn screening by testing the samples for heritable and congenital disorders, recording and reporting those test results, maintaining a registry of positive cases for http://www.cchfreedom.org/files/files/11_16_11_News_Release.pdf
To: WOBBLY BOB
It’s about time we get one right on this!
posted on 11/17/2011 1:32:17 PM PST
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