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Fiscal Committee Passes Presumption, MPN Bills

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 | 714 | 0 | 22 min read

The California Assembly Appropriations Committee, on its first day back from the summer recess, passed two bills that would expand presumptions for public safety workers, along with a measure proposing several changes relating to medical provider networks. The committee on Monday voted 13-0 to approve Senate Bill 542. The bill, by Sen. Henry Stern, D-Canoga Park, would create a presumption that post-traumatic stress disorder is compensable for police and firefighters. The presumption would apply retroactively to any claim filed or pending since the start of 2017. The Assembly committee has n...

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