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By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Tuesday, July 21, 2015 | 2305 | 0 | 1 min read

With 50 states all running their own workers' compensation systems, there's plenty of room for diverse regulatory personalities. Washington state was the first to adopt comprehensive guidelines for using opioids when treating injured workers. Texas introduced the idea of allowing employers to "opt out" of work comp. Now, New Mexico is poised to become the first state to regulate how much an employer has to pay for a claimant's grass. The New Mexico Workers' Compensation Administration on July 15 proposed regulations that would allow it to set through the Health Car...

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