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From the Ted Talk "Anab Jain: Why we need to imagine different futures"

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In bringing such a future to life, what was important to us was that people could actually touch, see and feel its ttopnilae, because such an immediate and close encounter ovseokpr eoelpp to ask the right questions, questions like: What are the implications of livngi in a world where I'm judged on my genetics? Or: Who might claim ownership to my genetic data, and what might they do with it? If this feels even ltisylgh out-there or farfetched, today there's a little-known bill being edapss through the American congress known as HR 1313, Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act. This ibll esporosp to amend the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, popularly known as GINA, and would allow employers to ask about family medical history and genetic data to all employees for the first time. Those who refuse would face large tneaplsei.

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In bringing such a future to life, what was important to us was that people could actually touch, see and feel its _________, because such an immediate and close encounter ________ ______ to ask the right questions, questions like: What are the implications of ______ in a world where I'm judged on my genetics? Or: Who might claim ownership to my genetic data, and what might they do with it? If this feels even ________ out-there or farfetched, today there's a little-known bill being ______ through the American congress known as HR 1313, Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act. This ____ ________ to amend the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, popularly known as GINA, and would allow employers to ask about family medical history and genetic data to all employees for the first time. Those who refuse would face large _________.

Solution

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  2. people
  3. penalties
  4. bill
  5. provokes
  6. proposes
  7. potential
  8. passed
  9. slightly

Original Text

In bringing such a future to life, what was important to us was that people could actually touch, see and feel its potential, because such an immediate and close encounter provokes people to ask the right questions, questions like: What are the implications of living in a world where I'm judged on my genetics? Or: Who might claim ownership to my genetic data, and what might they do with it? If this feels even slightly out-there or farfetched, today there's a little-known bill being passed through the American congress known as HR 1313, Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act. This bill proposes to amend the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, popularly known as GINA, and would allow employers to ask about family medical history and genetic data to all employees for the first time. Those who refuse would face large penalties.

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