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House Passes Comp Law Rewrite, but Likely to See More Changes in Senate

By William Rabb (Reporter)

Friday, March 15, 2019 | 324 | 0 | 398 min read

The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved a major rewrite of the state's workers' compensation law. But like a troubled child being passed from one parent to the other, the bill's future is far from certain. Few stakeholders seemed completely happy with what emerged from the House chamber Wednesday despite extensive, last-minute revisions and standing orders from the courts to give workers a better deal than what the 2013 law now provides. “House Bill 2367 is not in a place that the chamber can support,” Rachael Hunter, vice president of commun...

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