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:
- The New York Senate Labor committee is considering a bill that would authorize occupational therapy assistants and physical therapy assistants to treat workers' compensation claimants.
- A new law in Maine that places increased fees and oversight on opioid manufacturers who are doing business in the state went into effect this past weekend.
- The first workers' compensation bill has been filed in the Oklahoma senate. The bill could potentially cause employers to be liable for both torts and workers' compensation claims.
This edition also includes an update from California as well as a national update.
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