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Legislative Session Expected to Make Few Changes to Comp

By Carrie Miller (correspondent)

Thursday, March 8, 2018 | 554 | 0 | 60 min read

After a marathon battle in New York last session that ended with significant workers’ comp reforms sought by labor and business, the dozen or so bills filed this year are mostly leftovers. Robert Grey Observers on both sides say there seems to be little appetite to warm them up, either, as Albany grapples with billions in budget shortfalls, including some attributable to the massive Republican-sponsored tax cuts passed in 2017. “The Legislature has fatigue from last year — that was the world war,” said New York City attorney Robert E. Grey, Chairman of the New...

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