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36-3614.3.


36-3614.3.
   
   A. No person who maintains genetic information shall be compelled to
   disclose such information pursuant to a request for compulsory
   disclosure in any judicial, legislative, or administrative proceeding,
   unless:
   
   1. The request for compulsory disclosure is in accordance with
   court-ordered paternity testing in a civil action to determine
   paternity;
   
   2. The individual whose genetic information is requested is a party to
   the proceeding and the genetic information is at issue;
   
   3. The individual whose genetic information was requested was insured
   under an insurance policy and the policy as well as the genetic
   information is at issue; or
   
   4. The genetic information is for use in a law enforcement proceeding
   or investigation or in instances where an insurer anticipates or is
   reporting fraud or criminal activity.
   
   B. Notwithstanding any language in this section to the contrary, this
   section shall not apply to an insurer or to an individual or
   third-party dealing with an insurer in the ordinary course of
   underwriting, conducting, or administering the business of life,
   disability income, or long-term care insurance or in connection with
   any judicial, legislative or administrative proceeding relating to
   life, disability income or long-term care insurance. Nothing in this
   section is intended to govern an insurer or to govern an individual or
   third-party dealing with an insurer in connection with the obtaining,
   maintaining, use, disclosure, or redisclosure of genetic information
   or the results of a genetic test in connection with life, disability
   income or long-term care insurance or in connection with any judicial,
   legislative, or administrative proceeding relating to life, disability
   income or long-term care insurance.
   

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