House Oks Workers' Compensation Bill
Paschal, Jan, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Sen. Marvin York's bill to reform the state's workers' compensation system cleared the Oklahoma House of Representatives o n Wednesday, after the House amended it to favor employers.
The vote was unanimous to approve the heavily amended committee substitute for Senate Bill 496 by York, D-Oklahoma City, and Rep. E.C. "Sandy" Sanders, D-Oklahoma City.
"It's been work, it's been heck," Sanders said, "but I'm determined that we're going to get a workers' compensation bill passed this session."
The bill next goes back to the Oklahoma Senate, which is expected to reject the House amendments.
The final compromise version of the workers' compensation bill …
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