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Oregon to see lower 2017 workers' comp costs

Oregon's Department of Consumer and Business Services said aconsiderable portion of workers' compensation costs in the state will decrease by6.6% on average in 2017.

The average rate would decline to $1.02 per $100 of payroll from$1.10 per $100.

The decrease in pure premium, effective Jan. 1, 2017, is basedon a recommendation from the National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc.