Washington Workers’ Compensation Reform

                               The State of Washington is in the process of taking drastic action to reform its workers' compensation system as it faces potential insolvency within the next 5 years. A package of bills is advancing that would limit periodic benefits for older workers, restrict medical treatment and reduce costs of the ailing system.

The reform comes on heals of a bitter and contested failed ballot referendum last fall that would have privatized workers' compensation coverage. While the referendum did not succeed, legislators claim that a massive deficit is threatening the solvency of the entire system and that it needs to become much more restrictive in providing benefits.
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