Robinson Bradshaw

Topic: Alabama

On Genetic Rights and States: a Look at South Dakota and Around the U.S.

SD H.B. 1260, introduced in South Dakota on January 26, 2012, is an act that would govern the use of genetic information. By any standards – and especially by legislative standards – the two-page bill (pdf) is succinct and should not be considered a state variation of GINA, as the bill does not speak to […]

Alabama’s “Genetic Information Privacy Act” & the Ongoing Need for Personal Genomics Leadership

Jennifer K. Wagner, J.D., Ph.D., is a solo-practicing attorney in State College, PA and a research associate at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Integration of Genetic Healthcare Technologies. Thanks to technological innovation and a corresponding decline in cost, an increasing number of individuals are finding themselves with the task – or at least […]