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Brown Administration Had Unexpected Impact on Comp

By Greg Jones (Senior Editor)

Thursday, November 15, 2018 | 2

Expectations about the impact Jerry Brown would have on California’s workers’ compensation system at the start of his second stint as governor haven’t exactly matched reality. When Brown, who previously served as governor from 1975 to 1982, was elected to a third term in 2010, employers were warned to brace for a raft of bills seeking to roll back the reforms of the previous administration. Worker advocates were simultaneously optimistic that they could win back some of the ground they felt they lost in the reforms of the early 2000s. Eight years later, employers are si...

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