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Senate 1448: Relating to Workers' Compensation Claims/State Reciprocity [CPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S1448    GENERAL BILL by Thrasher  (Identical H 0757)
Workers' Compensation Claims/State Reciprocity [CPSC]; Exempts certain
employees working in this state and the employers of such employees from
the Workers' Compensation Law of this state under certain conditions.
Provides requirements for the establishment of prima facie evidence that
the employer carries certain workers' compensation insurance. Requires
courts to take judicial notice of the construction of certain laws.
EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
01/27/10 SENATE Filed
02/03/10 SENATE Referred to Banking and Insurance; Judiciary; General
                  Government Appropriations
03/02/10 SENATE Introduced, referred to Banking and Insurance; Judiciary;
                  General Government Appropriations -SJ 00104
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Banking and Insurance


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