Concern is growing over a bill that would let companies request genetic testing and effectively charge employees more for health insurance if they refuse. The bill aims to clarify rules for workplace wellness programs. Employers would able to offer discounts of up to 30 percent to those who participate. Tony Dokoupil reports on why some are calling this a penalty for privacy.


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