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Vermont to see lower workers' comp rates

Workers' compensation insurance rates will continue to decline for a second year in a row in Vermont that will help state employers save $10 million in premiums, Gov. Phil Scott announced in a press release.

Voluntary lost costs will decrease 3.7%, while rates will be reduced by 7.6% in the assigned risk market.

The new rates will take effect April 1.