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Unfortunately, none of these things are controlled by federal or your state's laws. Nothing in either law requires you to be entitled to a retest or to retirement in lieu of termination.
If you are going to have those rights, they will be establish by your employer's policies, not by external laws that would impose on your employer any sort of obligation.
So, you would have to approach your employer and ask them what they are willing to do, either in terms of retesting or retirement in lieu of termination.
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