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Comment: Same here

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Same here

Except we get discounts for submitting to the Health Risk Assesment .. which is basically the same but makes the people "feel" better about insurance going down.

We also had to pee in a cup to pass our "tobacco free" insurance which is $50 less per (paycheck) every 2 weeks for tobacco free.

The company said they might make our wifes or children take a tobacco pee test in the future if they are on our policy.

If you fail pee test you need to take a 8 week cessation class then pee again to get lower insurance .. you can't say you quit and take a test.

The control grid is tightening