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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
1 posted on 11/17/2011 1:28:20 PM PST by WOBBLY BOB
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To: WOBBLY BOB

It’s about time we get one right on this!


2 posted on 11/17/2011 1:32:17 PM PST by jurroppi1
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Day 48 Of The FReepathon
Do you Know Why?

There are loyal posters that donate every FReepathon. Some donate several times during every 'thon. But others never donate. Why?

1 My enemies haven't been zotted.
2 The owner doesn't support my candidate.
3 FR won't "upgrade" to "Like" buttons and blinky crap.
4 Someone else will donate.
5 My friend was zotted.
6 I lost my job and have no income.

Only one of those is a legitimate reason.

Support It Or Lose It


3 posted on 11/17/2011 2:04:39 PM PST by DJ MacWoW (America! The wolves are here! What will you do?)
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