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AIA Questions Bill Designed to Privatize Oklahoma's Workers' Comp Insurance Fund

Legislation is currently pending in the Oklahoma legislature that proponents say would privatize its nonprofit workers’ compensation insurance fund and turn it into a private domestic mutual insurance company. 

The state Chamber of Commerce and the Independent Insurance Agents of Oklahoma support the bill, however the American Insurance Association opposes it.

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