Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Test

The Tennessee General Assembly apparently won't be meeting in special session in a couple of weeks, but how quickly they act to nix faulty workers' compensation law, but how quickly the Legislature acts on the issue in January will be a test of priorities:

The real test of Leadership within both parties will be how quickly they act to redress this matter once the Legislature does convene for its regular session in mid-January. If workers' compensation legislation is so bad that the need to change it nearly brought about a sitting of the General Assembly during-of all times of the year-Christmastide, then it needs to be the very first item on the legislative agenda when the Tennessee House and Senate return January 12th.

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At Wednesday, November 25, 2009 6:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is an easy way around this for your father-in-law. He can simply incorporate his business. A simple, $300 fee for most people.

Why should your fater-in-law have an advantage over other contractors who responsibly carry work comp when in a bid situation?

Incorporating his business will exempt him from the provisions of this new law.

And, by the way, they aren't repealing this law, they are only delaying implementation until February of 2011.


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