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Montana: Bill for genetic information privacy act passed by both Houses

Senate Bill 351 for An Act revising Laws related to Biometric Privacy; creating the Genetic Information Privacy Act; requiring a Company to provide Consumer Information regarding the Collection, Use, and Disclosure of Genetic Data; providing for Limitations and Exclusions; providing for Enforcement Authority; and providing Definitions was passed, on 2 May 2023, by the Montana State Senate, after it was returned to the same with amendments by the Montana House of Representatives on 18 April 2023. In particular, the bill was passed in a majority vote and is now enrolled and due to be sent to the Montana Governor for final approval.

You can read the bill here and track its progress here.