AARP Sues the EEOC to Enjoin Workplace Wellness Program Regulation

Advocacy group for older Americans says final rules allow employers to illegally access private health data.

, The National Law Journal


The advocacy group for 38 million older Americans filed suit Oct. 24 in federal district court in D.C. to enjoin final rules from the EEOC covering workplace wellness programs, alleging they allow employers to illegally access private health information under the ADA and Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.

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