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Grants consumers the right to request a business to disclose the categories and specific pieces of personal information that it collects about the consumer; the categories of sources from which that information is collected; the business purposes for collecting or selling the information; and the categories of 3rd parties with which the information is shared. Biometric information, which is defined to include DNA, is considered personal information. On or before January 1, 2020, the Attorney General must solicit broad public participation to adopt regulations to further the requirements set forth in the law.

  • state statute
  • statute
  • California
  • consumer rights
  • biometric information
  • information disclosure
  • Privacy

This bill prohibits the reduction of an employees permanent total disability when the disability is a result of a work-related injury or a work-related injury combined with a congenital, genetic or similar conditions except that the law does not apply to reductions in recovery or apportionment allowed pursuant to Colorado Supreme Court decision in Anderson v. Brinkhoff, 859 P.2d 819, (Colo. 1993). Signed into law June 2, 2008. Bill Status: Enacted

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • permanent disability
  • work-related injury
  • genetic condition
  • bill status enacted
  • employment nondiscrimination

This bill amends definitions in the Colorado genetic nondiscrimination in health insurance law. The bill also adds a new section to the Colorado statutes pertaining to limitations on disclosure of genetic information and allows the use of genetic information by research facilities provided that the information is not disclosed to third parties other than to an individual's physician with his or her consent. Signed by the Governor May 25, 2010. Bill Status: Enacted

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • genetic nondiscrimination
  • health insurance law
  • genetic information
  • Consent
  • genetic information disclosure
  • bill status enacted
  • health insurance nondiscrimination

This bill amends section 10-3-1104.6 of the statutes by modifying a provision on limitations on disclosure of genetic information. The list of public health entities exempt from limitations on disclosure when conducting certain activities is reworded to include county, district or municipal public health agencies. Signed by the Governor on June 10, 2010. Bill Status: Enacted

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • genetic information disclosure
  • Privacy
  • bill status enacted

This bill amends existing statutes pertaining to mammography coverage for persons with a predisposition to breast cancer by amending provisions related to copayments and deductibles and the frequency of mammography coverage requirements (breast cancer screening with mammography required annually.) Signed by the Governor on May 13, 2013. Bill Status: Enacted

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • mammogram
  • mammography coverage
  • breast cancer
  • genetic predisposition
  • breast cancer screening
  • cancer coverage
  • bill status enacted

Amends existing coverage requirements for breast cancer screening with mammography for individuals with a genetic predisposition to breast cancer. Requires all sickness and accident insurance policies to provide coverage for breast imaging for all individuals possessing at least one risk factor for breast cancer, including a family history of breast cancer, being 40 years of age or older, or a genetic predisposition to breast cancer. Bill Status: Died

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • breast cancer
  • breast cancer screening
  • mammography
  • accident insurance policies
  • breast imaging
  • Genetic Risk
  • genetic predisposition

This bill requires a state agency or educational institution to obtain consent from parents or eligible students prior to collecting certain data, including biometric records. Biometric records are defined to include DNA. Bill Status: Died

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • Data Collection
  • biometric records
  • Consent
  • parental consent
  • student consent
  • state agency
  • education institution

Establishes a parental bill of rights. Requirements include parental consent in writing before any record of a minor child's blood or DNA is made, shared, or stored, unless such blood or DNA is otherwise required by law or court order. Bill Status: Died

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • parental consent
  • written consent
  • minor child
  • minor child's DNA
  • bill status died
  • Privacy

Amends the health care coverage law for breast cancer screening by requiring coverage for a person with an increased lifetime risk of breast cancer determined by a risk factor model such as Tyrer-Cuzick, BRCAPro, or Gail. 05/02/2016 In Senate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs. Postponed Indefinitely. Bill Status: Died

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • health care coverage law
  • breast cancer
  • breast cancer screening
  • Genetic Risk
  • Tyrer-Cuzick
  • BRCAPro
  • Gail

Prohibits direct primary health care providers from discriminating in the selection of patients on the basis of genetic information and other protected classes. 4/24/2017 Signed Act. Bill Status: Enacted

  • state bill
  • bill
  • Colorado
  • health care providers
  • Discrimination
  • genetic information
  • genetic discrimination
  • nondiscrimination
  • bill status enacted