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Senate Gives Thumbs-Up to Four Comp Bills

Thursday, May 23, 2019 | 1835 | 0 | 34 min read

The California Senate unanimously passed a bill that would prohibit the use of genetic characteristics in apportionment decisions, and another measure that would require medical provider networks to pay contracted providers at least as much as Medicare does. The Senate on Monday also approved measures to expand police and firefighter presumptions. Senate Bill 731, by Sen. Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, would prohibit consideration of race, age, gender, sex or genetic characteristics when apportioning permanent disability to non-industrial factors. The Senate voted 38-0 to pass the bill...

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