ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York officials say they are lowering the rate employers pay for workers' compensation premiums by 1.2 percent.

According to the Cuomo administration, it is the first reduction in four years.

While the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board, a non-governmental group, recommended an increase, administration officials say their review shows it is not necessary.

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