2023 Regulatory and Legislative Trends provides an overview of key legislative, regulatory, and other developments affecting the workers compensation system. This information aligns with the legislative cycle to include the latest countrywide, regional, and individual state actions and trends as of July 31, 2023.
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Regulatory and Legislative Trends Report (PDF)—highlights the state legislative activity that shaped the workers compensation landscape this year. This comprehensive resource includes the latest developments on topics of interest like workers compensation for workplace-related mental injuries, marijuana reimbursement, independent contractors/gig economy, COVID-19 workers compensation legislation, and single-payer health insurance. The report also provides legislative activity by zone and links to legislative and other related resources on
Enacted Legislation—Interactive Dashboard—offers interactive navigation for a countrywide view of 2023 and 2022 enacted workers compensation-related legislation. You can easily sort information by year, state, zone, and topic of interest. Enhancements to this year’s dashboard include the addition of links to enacted bills.
Loss Cost/Rate Filing—Interactive Dashboard—allows you to navigate filed and approved loss cost/rate information based on the 2020 ̶ 2021, 2021 ̶ 2022, and 2022 ̶ 2023 filing seasons. Enhancements to this year’s dashboard include the addition of assigned risk rate information.
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