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Kansas regulator approves decrease in 2017 workers' comp rates

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer approved NationalCouncil on Compensation Insurance Inc.'s workers' compensation rate filing for2017, the Insurance Journal reported.

The filing showed a decline of 8.4% in the voluntary baserate and a drop of 7.8% for assigned risk workers' comp rates.

The new rates take effect Jan. 1, 2017.