In other neighboring news:

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and legislators are seeking to further clarify the state’s re-write of the comp statute (which occurred once in 2011 and again in 2013) after it was discovered that the state had been issuing rebates that were supposed to be discontinued. Total state losses associated with the improper rebates to workers’ comp insurers are estimated at $90 million over the last five years. The confusion stems from unclear language and an apparent lack of communication with the Oklahoma Tax Commission, which continued to pay the rebates to more than 250 insurance companies from fiscal years 2011 to 2015.

Read more from Oklahoma Watch here.

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