Oklahoma City, OK (WorkersCompensation.com) – It looks like Oklahoma may have a signed workers’ compensation reform measure any day now. After the state Senate and House unanimously passed compromise legislation this week, it is now up to the governor, who is expected to finalize the bill.
HB 2367 was months in the making, but seems to have appeased all major stakeholders.
“This legislation is pivotal if we want to be a top 10 state,” said Fred Morgan, president and ...
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