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New York lawmakers will consider a bill that would require employers and workers compensation insurers to cover opioid overdose deaths by presumption.
S.B. 4030, which was sent to a labor committee, states that an overdose death would be compensable if an injured worker was prescribed opioids as a result of his or her workplace injury.
The bill does not include language on rebuttals.