And, it’s not only Congress looking to overturn Obama era regulations. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) last year brought a challenge against a contradiction in the treatment of employee wellness programs – employers being encouraged to offer them under the Affordable Care Act and anti-discrimination laws preventing employers from coercing their workers to join them. The organization’s motion for an injunction was denied, but the case is still moving forward and a federal district court will hear the case in July. The AARP argues that the new regulations would allow employers to strong-arm their employees into providing medical information. Both the EEOC and AARP have moved for summary judgment. It’s unclear where the Trump administration stands, but the case is moving forward.