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28-3006 - Driver license and nonoperating identification license applications; organ or tissue donation preference; reimbursement; definition
28-3006. Driver license and nonoperating identification license applications; organ or tissue donation preference; reimbursement; definition
A. The director shall establish procedures:
1. To allow a person applying for a driver license, permit or nonoperating identification license pursuant to this chapter to indicate during the application process the person's preference to be an organ or tissue donor. An indication that the applicant wishes to be an organ or tissue donor is considered to be a document of gift.
2. For the release of information contained in the driving record of a person who executes a document of gift that indicates a preference to be an organ or tissue donor if the release is for the purpose of being registered in the donor registry maintained pursuant to section 36-858.
B. In consultation with an organ procurement organization of this state, the director may prescribe the form and content of an indicia to be placed on a driver license, permit or nonoperating identification license issued by the department indicating the person's wishes to be an organ or tissue donor.
C. The department shall not implement this section unless the organ procurement organization that is located in this state and that meets the requirements of section 371 of the public health service act (58 Stat. 682; 42 United States Code section 273) provides adequate funding to the department to cover the costs the department will incur in implementing this section.
D. For the purposes of this section, "document of gift" has the same meaning prescribed in section 36-841.