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Minnesota State Statute:
opens new window Minnesota: MS §181.974
Employment Nondiscrimination Employers or employment agencies may not administer a genetic test or request, require, or collect protected genetic information as a condition of employment or affect the terms or conditions of employment or terminate the employment of any person based on protected genetic information. A person may not provide or interpret genetic information on a current or prospective employee for an employer or employment agency. An aggrieved person may bring a civil action.

Last Reviewed: June 10, 2014