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|Final ECOA Regulations for Title II of GINA|
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.
Dec. 26, 2010
2 pages. Excerpt: The Title II regulation confirms that an employer can offer a financial inducement to individuals to provide genetic information through a health risk assessment as long as it is clear that the inducement will be made available whether the individual answers the genetic questions or not. The regulations do not, however, specifically answer at what point a financial inducement might be so large as to render the program involuntary.
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