A person is not an employee and is not entitled to compensation under this chapter
if the person:
(1) is in the service of a political subdivision and is paid on a piecework basis
or on a basis other than by the hour, day, week, month, or year;
(2) is a patient or client of a political subdivision involved in vocational training;
(3) is a prisoner incarcerated by a political subdivision; or
(4) performs services that may benefit a political subdivision, or is employed by
or under contract with a performer providing those services, but does not receive
payment from the political subdivision for the performance of the services, if the
services are performed in connection with the operation or production of:
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