In neighboring news:

Oklahoma’s workers’ compensation system seems to have benefited from reforms that were initiated in 2013, at least in terms of premium costs for businesses. By the end of 2016, employers in Oklahoma had seen a 30 percent reduction in workers’ compensation premium costs and the state had recorded a nearly $300 million reduction in workers’ comp premium written, according to the 2016 annual report of the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission.

Read more via Insurance Journal here.

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