First thing that hit was the blatant lie regarding how this bill would undermine basic privacy provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act not to mention the 2008 GINA (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act) it specifically prohibits discrimination by health insurers AND employers based on the information that people carry in their genes. The ONLY exception that allows for employees to provide that information as part of VOLUNTARY participation of wellness programs! No incentives,for providing your DNA nor penalties for not providing it. But H.R. 1313 would allow employers to impose penalties of up to 30% of the total cost of an employee's health insurance on those who choose to keep that information private. Yet there are those in the business community argue that competing regulations in federal laws make it too difficult to offer wellness programs. If that is the case why create this bill? It is wrong wrong wrong. It is an outright invasion of privacy. Do not pass this bill. Sponsoring this bill from the Education and Workforce Committee is seemingly quite handy. Try a search for H.R.1313 it doesn't come up, but rather type Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act. Countable, you need to do better.