By LaToi D. Mayo
GINA was first introduced in the House in 1995, finally passed in 2008 and signed into law by President G. W. Bush in May 2008. GINA includes two titles. Title I amends portions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Public Health Service Act, and the Internal Revenue Code, and addresses the use of genetic information in health insurance. Title II prohibits the use of genetic information in employment, prohibits the intentional acquisition of genetic information about applicants and employees, and imposes strict confidentiality requirements.