Last month — with an unprecedented six vacancies to fill — Gov. Matt Bevin abolished the Workers’ Compensation Nominating Commission, rewrote the law that governed it and then re-created it with new members, all by executive order.
Last month — with an unprecedented six vacancies to fill — Gov. Matt Bevin abolished the Workers’ Compensation Nominating Commission, rewrote the law that governed it and then re-created it with new members, all by executive order. Mark Cornelison November file photo
Last month — with an unprecedented six vacancies to fill — Gov. Matt Bevin abolished the Workers’ Compensation Nominating Commission, rewrote the law that governed it and then re-created it with new members, all by executive order. Mark Cornelison November file photo

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