Manufacturing the Truth: CMTA Refuses to Testify Under Oath On Workers’ Comp

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Big Business Lobbyist Cannot Guarantee “truth and accuracy of the information that could be presented”

Santa Monica, CA — The California Manufacturing & Technology Association (CMTA) said that it would not testify under oath during Senate hearings that are scheduled to continue as part of Governor Schwarzenegger’s special session on workers’ compensation insurance, in a letter to Senator Richard Alarcon Friday. The CMTA is one of the key special interests that stand to gain from the workers’ comp reform package proposed by Governor Schwarzenegger.

According to the letter from CMTA President Jack Stewart, “The point is there is no way of guaranteeing the truth and accuracy that could be presented by our representative that could be used at some future date to his detriment.”

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