(a) A civil action may not be brought against an employer for establishing, maintaining, or requiring participation in an employee wellness program unless:
(1) the program discriminates on the basis of a prior medical condition, gender, age, or income level; or
(2) the cause of action is based on intentional or reckless conduct.
(b) This section does not create a cause of action or expand an existing cause of action.
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