Columbus, OH (WorkersCompensation.com) - Amendments to an Ohio workers’ compensation budget bill would strip workers’ compensation benefits from undocumented workers if they are hurt on the job.
And while proponents of the measure say the amendments send a clear signal to undocumented workers that they are not welcome in the Buckeye state, opponents say the bill opens up these workers to abuses by unscrupulous employers.
On Wednesday, the Ohio House voted 65-29 to approve the ...
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