SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger here last week signed a comprehensive workers' compensation reform bill that should "greatly reduce costs for employers" in the state, according to the California Grocers Association, also based here. Peter Larkin, president, CGA, told SN the reforms are even more far-reaching than those first sought by a special CGA task force that was formed two years ago to tackle the issue. California businesses pay the highest rate in the United States ...

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