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Legislature Quiet on Comp in 2017 Session

By Greg Jones (Deputy Editor)

Thursday, September 21, 2017 | 2619 | 1 | 0 min read

Expectations for California's 2017 legislative session for the most part held true: Although there was some debate on bills addressing utilization review and victims of workplace terrorist attacks, it was generally a quiet session for workers’ compensation. California lawmakers passed a bill that would prohibit apportioning permanent disability to pregnancy and childbirth. They passed a measure that would require employers to provide nurse case managers to victims of a terrorist attack. And they passed bills to clean up legislation passed in 2016 targeting providers accused of defra...

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