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New Mexico lawmakers are considering a bill that would increase to $2,500 the maximum fine for those who violate the state’s Workers’ Compensation Act.
H.B. 329, introduced Tuesday and sent to committee, applies specifically to “any person who fails to file a report required by, or who violates any provision” of the state’s comp law.
The state has discretion on fines, which are currently capped at $1,000 for each occurrence with a minimum of $25.