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Hawaii State Statute:
opens new window Hawaii: HRS 378-1 et seq.
Employment Nondiscrimination Employers may not discriminate against any individual because of being regarded as having an impairment, which includes employer consideration of (1) an individual's genetic information, (2) genetic information of any family member of an individual, or (3) the individual's refusal to submit to a genetic test as a condition of initial or continued employment. The statutes also contain provisions pertaining to employment agencies and labor organizations.

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