CVS is coming under criticism for fining employees who smoke and participate in the company's health plan $600.

Employees may opt out of the plan or choose not to smoke.  Is the company within its rights to impose a fine in employees?  Should they require employees to give up personal information relating to their habits in the first place?  Or is the company justified in protecting itself against rising health care costs?

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