Columnist Dan Walters says California’s workers’ compensation program is a source of perennial political jousting. In 2013, for instance, former NFL running back Ickey Woods of Fresno and more than a dozen other professional athletes held a news conference on the Capitol steps to criticize proposed legislation to limit whether players can collect work comp.
Columnist Dan Walters says California’s workers’ compensation program is a source of perennial political jousting. In 2013, for instance, former NFL running back Ickey Woods of Fresno and more than a dozen other professional athletes held a news conference on the Capitol steps to criticize proposed legislation to limit whether players can collect work comp. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Columnist Dan Walters says California’s workers’ compensation program is a source of perennial political jousting. In 2013, for instance, former NFL running back Ickey Woods of Fresno and more than a dozen other professional athletes held a news conference on the Capitol steps to criticize proposed legislation to limit whether players can collect work comp. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file