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Five of the most striking observations on AARP v. EEOC

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So as not to overburden WordPress with all the hits we’re getting here on TSW, I’ve posted on the five most striking observations on AARP v. EEOC on linkedin.

This article also has links to AARP’s blog, The Incidental Economist, and many other sources of information.

I would also strongly recommend signing up for the January 18 webinar on this topic.

PS If anyone gets any information from any vendor or the Health Enhancement Research Organization on how they plan to try to undermine this ruling or throw a monkey wrench into the EEOC rule-making process, please pass it along. HERO isn’t much for visibility any more. They tend to hatch their schemes in the shadows these days (due to the overwhelmingly negative responses they get), and based on some of the other schemes they and their cronies have hatched, like the proposed Fat Tax, the shadows should run away as fast as they can.

 

 


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