Governor & Legislature - Enemy of the People

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Posted by Del on December 02, 1998 at 14:34:46:

 I have thoroughly studied our present Workers' Comp laws including what MLAC's final report is trying to achieve and it's apparent that when someone is injured at work they forfeit most of the rights granted us by the U.S. Constitution. Present Oregon statutes regarding WC are a clear violation of even Oregon's Constitution which clearly prohibits government from passing any laws denying Oregonians due process. I have become seriously involved in this issue and would expect all Oregon workers to do likewise. As is apparent by MLAC's recent actions our government will continue to take more and more of our rights away unless we stand up and stop them. I am checking into filing a class-action suit and it's vital that you contact an Oregon worker comp group so your name can be included in the law suit when it's filed. Thank you.

Oregon Constitution, Article I "Bill of Rights"
Section 20.
Equality of privileges and immunities of citizens. No law shall be passed granting to any citizen or class of citizens privileges, or immunities, which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens.

Oregon Constitution, Article I "Bill of Rights"
Section 10.
Administration of justice. No court shall be secret, but justice shall be administered, openly and without purchase, completely and without delay, and every man shall have remedy by due course of law for injury done him in his person, property, or reputation.

Since injured workers are crime victims through the actions of our employers, insurance carriers, and our state itself by its violation of the Oregon Constution you might want to read in the following link, Article I "Bill of Rights"
Section 42. Crime victims' rights.

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