In continuing news:

Oklahoma’s workers’ comp overhaul, which went into effect just two years ago, is facing ever more scrutiny as 38 provisions have been found unconstitutional, invalid or inoperable. Supporters of the law, including Oklahoma legislators who touted the reform as a cost-cutting measure, claim that rulings against the law don’t change the overall good to the state. However, critics like Oklahoma City-based attorney Bob Burke who has successfully challenged many parts of the law, argue that the law (especially the opt-out provision) contains unconstitutional provisions and is difficult to interpret.

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