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Nebraska State Statute:
opens new window Nebraska: NRS §48-236
Employment Nondiscrimination An employer may not discriminate against an employee or applicant because of genetic information that is unrelated to the ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position. An employer also may not require an employee or applicant to submit to a genetic test or to provide genetic information as a condition of employment or promotion. An employee may voluntarily submit genetic information that is related to heath and safety in the workplace.

Last Reviewed: June 10, 2014