What's happening this week in workers' compensation? IWP's weekly legislative wrap-up, State of the States, keeps you up to date on important matters within the workers' compensation and pharmacy arena.
This week's legislative wrap-up contains updates including:
- Last week, it was reported that an estimated 36.2 million Americans will work from home in 2025, which is nearly a quarter of the US workforce.
- Covid claims in Florida declined again in October. The sunshine state now records some of the lowest covid claims levels since the pandemic commenced.
- Lousiana's workforce Commission that heads up workers’ compensation claims will likely address issues with current medical billing rules.
- With the Governors approval, the state of Michigan officially enacted HB4171.
- Meanwhile, in North Carolina, lawmakers in the Tar Heel state recently passed their state budget, including firefighters’ supplemental cancer insurance policy.
This edition includes an update on national news.
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