TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- The Florida House has given final approval to a bill touted as a way to lower workers' compensation insurance costs.
The measure (SB 662) revises the amount of reimbursement for certain prescription drugs used by injured workers. The legislation passed the House on a 115-0 vote Wednesday and now heads to Gov. Rick Scott for his consideration.
The bill cleared the Senate on a 39-0 vote earlier this week.
A staff analysis estimates that the bill would lower workers' compensation costs by about $20 million.
One of the bill's key provisions would cap the reimbursement rate for repackaged or relabeled drugs.