Workers compensation reform legislation debated by lawmakers inOklahoma continues to contain a provision opposed by insurancetrade groups.

The state House on April 4 unveiled legislation that would rollback cuts in compensation for injured workers, which was proposedby the Oklahoma Senate in February.

However, the proposed law still contains provisions that wouldallow companies in the state to opt-out of the system.

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