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The Next Step for Workers’ Compensation

Filed by Michael Cross in Feature, Local News, News, Politics.
May 6, 2013

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Governor Fallin is expected to sign the new workers’ compensation overhaul passed by the House and Senate.

Senate Bill 1062 would change workers comp from a court system to an administrative one, allows some businesses to opt-out of the system under certain circumstances.

KOSU Capitol Bureau Chief Michael Cross got a chance to sit down with Representative Leslie Osborn who carried the bill on the House floor to answer the question: “What happens now?”


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