California employers got a huge financial break Thursday when the state Supreme Court upheld the formula long used to help calculate workers’ compensation for permanent disabilities.

The unanimous decision — which could save businesses as well as local and state governments millions of dollars a year — held that state legislators didn’t change the formula when they passed a workers’ comp reform package in 2004.

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