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No Longer About Fee Schedules, Bill Would Return ALJs to Comp Department

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 | 318 | 0 | 22 min read

Few states seem to put as much store in their workers' compensation advisory councils as Wisconsin does in its panel, an 18-member group that includes representatives from labor, management, regulators and the medical community. The group has prided itself on reaching bipartisan consensus in its biennial reports and avoiding the rancor seen in some states' legislative and regulatory advisory committees. That accord was on full display Tuesday, when the Wisconsin AFL-CIO and the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce issued a joint statement, urging lawmakers to adopt Senate Bill 6...

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