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WARP is authorized by RCW 48.22.070 and Chapter 22 of Title 284 of the Washington Administrative Code.
The Washington United States Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Assigned Risk Plan (WARP) was established by Washington state to make available USL&H workers' compensation insurance coverage for Washington state employers unable to purchase it through the normal private insurance market.
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