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GOP Wants Changes at Bureau, Agency Eyes Drug 'Lock-In' Program

Monday, January 23, 2012 | 0

By Bill Kidd, Central Bureau ChiefRepublican members of the Ohio House of Representatives say they plan to seek some changes in the state's workers' compensation system during the current legislative session, but opening up the state-run monopoly to private competition isn’t part of the GOP program.Lawmakers expect other issues – including creating jobs and funding public schools – to dominate their agenda. Meanwhile, the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is moving ahead with its own changes – including a pharmacy “lock-in” program aimed at comba...

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