Both business and labor organizations are dissatisfied with a workers' compensation insurance reform bill in California. Business groups complained that the bill would not give them enough relief to deal with skyrocketing insurance bills. Union leaders were dissatisfied with the lack of price caps on insurance rates. Labor representatives also raised concerns that the bill would give employers much more control over doctors who treat injured workers.
See Marc Lifsher and Don Lee, Los Angeles Times, April 14, 2004