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Workers’ comp rebates to inject $365 million

June 16, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: The economy in Northeast Ohio can expect to see a cash infusion of more than $365 million in the wake of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Board of Directors approval of Go....

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Marmel

Jun-19-13 12:59 PM

Finally, common sense government! Reduce the costs to the tax payer and the government as well. Win, win!

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

Jun-17-13 11:23 PM

Just like when the Congress allowed private businesses to use their excessive pension funds for their business causing pensions to be eliminated, the BWC will now come up short for BWC claims. This is another money grab by the Rich NeoCon Republicans.

WarrenIdiot, this benefits our local government too! Reducing cost, unfortunately most local governments won't use the money as effectively as private sector!

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liemonger

Jun-16-13 10:34 PM

" You can bet your booties that this letter was drafted on company time and sent to every newspaper in the state. "

At least people can bet that it wasn't drafted by an illiterate.

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reallytiredofit

Jun-16-13 11:06 AM

What we have here is a letter from Mr. Beuhrer campaigning for the Re-election of his boss, Governor John Kaysick. You can bet your booties that this letter was drafted on company time and sent to every newspaper in the state.

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hittheroadjack

Jun-16-13 8:25 AM

It sounds positive! Hopefully businesses will hire more people and reduce unemployment rolls, and families will have a greater quality of life.

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hittheroadjack

Jun-16-13 8:24 AM

It sounds positive! Hopefully businesses will hire more people and reduce unemployment rolls, and families will have a greater quality of life.

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WarrenProud

Jun-16-13 7:56 AM

Just like when the Congress allowed private businesses to use their excessive pension funds for their business causing pensions to be eliminated, the BWC will now come up short for BWC claims. This is another money grab by the Rich NeoCon Republicans.

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