In the wake of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) and an updated Nevada privacy law that took effect in October 2019, states are wasting no time in 2020 introducing new privacy laws of their own.

Joining the chorus of Virginia and Florida, this month state lawmakers in New Hampshire,

Florida could be the first state to deny life and long-term care insurers access to genetic test results. Under a new bill titled “Genetic Information for Insurance Purposes” (HB 1189), life insurers and long-term care insurers are prohibited from canceling, limiting, or denying coverage, or establishing differentials in premium rates based on genetic