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Work Comp Reciprocity Bill Heading to Governor

Thursday, March 8, 2018 | 161 | 0 | 46 min read

The Wyoming Senate unanimously passed a bill that would allow employers in other states to use their home-state policies to cover people temporarily working in the Cowboy State. Tuesday’s 30-0 vote to pass House Bill 10 clears the measure to go to Gov. Matt Mead to sign or veto the bill, or allow it to become law without his signature. HB 10, sponsored by the Joint Labor, Health and Social Services Interim Committee, would allow out-of-state policies to cover workers temporarily in Wyoming if those policies were written in states that reciprocally recognize Wyoming policies as covering...

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