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The US Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act has passed both the Senate and the House and should be on its way to George Bush's desk soon. Science has a Q&A with Representative Louise Slaughter, who first introduced the bill in 1995. Slaughter says that with GINA, "people will not be afraid to allow themselves to be part of a research program because they will know it will not affect their employment or insurance."

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