(a) Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the state shall not disclose personal
information about any person obtained in connection with an account established under
this part, except under the following circumstances:
(1) To any individual or entity authorized by the eligible individual or the eligible
individual's legal representative;
(2) In compliance with a subpoena or a court order;
(3) To the comptroller of the treasury or the comptroller's designees for the purpose
of an audit;
(4) To the internal revenue service, the United States department of the treasury,
or the social security administration for the purpose of filing notices, reports,
statements, or any other required documentation; or
(5) In any administrative proceeding or court action involving the state, the department
of the treasury, the state treasurer, or the remaining trustees relative to an account
established under this part.
(b) For the purposes of this section, “personal information” shall include, but not be limited to, social security number; bank account numbers;
transit routing numbers; credit card numbers; debit card numbers; business or
residential addresses; telephone or cell phone numbers; e-mail addresses; disability
certifications or determinations; and medical records.
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