MT (WorkersCompensation.com) - Montana Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed SB 116 this week, citing concerns over disability discrimination and employees’ medical privacy. Previous WorkersCompensation.com coverage on SB 116 is available here.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Mark Blasdell (R-Kalispell), would have prohibited employees from getting workers’ compensation benefits if they made false statements during the hiring process.
In a statement, the Democratic Gov. Bullock said, “An ...
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