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Michigan State Statute:
opens new window Michigan: MCL 37.1201 et seq.
Employment Nondiscrimination An employer may discriminate against an individual because of genetic information that is unrelated to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position. An employer also may not require an individual to submit to a genetic test or provide genetic information as a condition of employment or promotion. An employee may voluntarily submit genetic information that is relevant to health and safety in the workplace, and an employer may use genetic information submitted for that purpose.

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