Twila Brase on DNA Warehouse and Ownership

I’ve previously linked to an OpEd about a proposed law in Minnesota that would allow collection of every newborn’s DNA despite Minnesota’s genetic privacy law and that would give the government ownership and genetic research rights.

Today I saw the following on YouTube. It’s a video of Twila Brase, president of Citizens’ Council on Health Care (CCHC), discussing the controversial legislation:

For additional background and details, I recommend reading the CCHC’s written testimony and comments on the Proposed Revision of Minnesota Department of Health Newborn Screening Rule 4615.


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