Upcoming Worker’s Compensation Reform Will Shift Burden To Taxpayers

The anticipated legislation that will reduce benefits for injured workers is also expected to increase the burden on taxpayers.  If Worker’s Compensation benefits are cut, injured workers will be forced to turn to Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and other public assistance programs funded by taxes.  This amounts to yet another bailout for businesses.  It will once again be the tax payers subsidizing the business community.  Let’s all ask our legislators to say no to increased taxes and vote ‘NO’ to Worker’s Compensation reform.  http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/1998667/workers_comp_reform_would_slash_benefits_for_injured_shift_costs/index.html

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