TimGolden
2 min readMar 20, 2017

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Dear Goivernor Cuomo and NYS senators,
Q: if only employers pay for the NYS Workers’ Compensation System then is not that a Conflict of Interest?

The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board is classified as
a Revenue Agency within state government, and
does not receive any funding through general tax revenue.
By law, the recovery of the Board’s administrative costs, which includes
the cost of personnel, plant, supplies, travel, etc. is done through
a series of general administrative assessments that are paid by(e bye)
insurance carriers and self-insured employers.
The workers’ compensation assessments against carriers are passed on
to employers through a surcharge on their annual premiums.

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https://plus.google.com/116787014531436181099 p.s. “take a bite!”

p.s.

chew! chew! [eat God’s Mail]

and

do! do! [exorcise (right wrongs)]

or else

p.p.s.

y’all [all so-called religious folk] better start righting before God says, “Time’s Up!” “spirits! put your man (pencils) down!”

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