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Montana State Statute:
opens new window Montana: MCA §33-18-901 et seq.
Health Insurance Nondiscrimination,
An insurer, health service corporation, health maintenance organization, fraternal benefit society, or other issuer of an individual or group policy or certificate of insurance may not discriminate based on a persons genetic traits. These entities also may not underwrite or condition coverage on a requirement or agreement to take a genetic test or on genetic information of an individual or his or her family member, and they may not seek genetic information for a purpose that is unrelated to assessing or managing ones health, inappropriate in an asymptomatic individual, or unrelated to research in which a subject is not personally identifiable. These entities may not require an individual to obtain a genetic test also with some exceptions. The law does not apply to life, disability income or long-term care insurance.

Last Reviewed: May 25, 2018