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The North Dakota Senate passes an amendment to deny union workers involved in labor disputes unemployment benefits. This comes after a North Dakota Supreme C…
Question by Carlos: Will I be eligible for Unemployment extension benefits if this bill passes tomorrow?
My benefits washed up on July 5th.. If Im correct, isnt there a tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5? If so, I hadn’t even reached Tier 1 yet so if this bill passes tomorrow will I start receiving benefits again??
Ya I knew catz was wrong… Shouldn’t respond to these questions if you don’t know what your talking about.
Answer by mbrcatz
If you ran out of money, no extension in the world will get you more benefits.
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The final vote total, 390 – 23, is read following passage of the bipartisan JOBS Act. The JOBS Act is a legislative package of bipartisan job growth proposals designed to jumpstart our business startups. Learn more at www.MajorityLeader.gov
Unemployment benefits for taxicab drivers passes House
A Senate bill involving unemployment insurance benefits for some taxicab drivers passed the Oregon House today, although some members voiced strong opposition to it. SB 1588 excludes services performed in the operation of a taxicab by a person with an …
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State recovers M from jobless benefit cheats
Illinois has recovered more than $ 20 million from individuals who were collecting unemployment benefits while gainfully employed, the Illinois Department of Employment Security said Tuesday. The effort is part of the state's anti-fraud initiative …
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Mayor on board with unemployment reform
By John Zaremba Mayor Thomas M. Menino is joining the fight to fix the state's unemployment-benefits system, adding a powerful voice to a chorus of local officials calling for reform and saying public employees have been abusing loopholes and taking …
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From: www.nytimes.com July 20, 2010 Extension of Benefits for the Jobless Clears Senate Hurdle By CARL HULSE WASHINGTON — The Senate broke a stalemate on Tuesday over extending unemployment benefits for Americans who have been out of work for six months or more, voting to override Republican objections that the bill’s costs would add to the federal deficit. On a 60-to-40 vote, the Democratic-led Senate agreed to cut off debate on the billion plan to distribute added unemployment compensation through November for those who have exhausted their standard 26 weeks of aid. The 60 yeas were the minimum needed to overcome the threat of a filibuster and advance the bill to a final vote, expected later on Tuesday, when it is all but certain to pass. Two Republicans, Senators Susan Collins and Olympia J. Snowe of Maine, joined 56 Democrats and two independents in voting for the legislation; 39 Republicans and one Democrat, Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska, opposed it. An estimated 2 million Americans have seen their benefits run out over the past two months while the legislation has been stalled in the partisan impasse. “Finally, finally, finally,” said Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, Democrat of Maryland. She called the unemployment insurance program a social compact with American workers that meant “when you hit a speed bump and have to be laid off through no fault of your own, there will be a safety net so that you do not fall.” Republicans said they backed the idea of extending …
North Bend passes conservative budget, increases money for road work
The most significant cost increases are for police, fire and jail services. The city contracts for all three services. “There are some things we can't control,” Wilson said. Rising labor costs for police officers and firefighters mean North Bend will …
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INTLEKOFER v. DIVISION OF LABOR SERVICES
In this companion case, the labor commissioner acting for the Division of Labor Services of the Iowa Department of Workforce Development (division), issued a notice of civil penalty to Jeffry Intlekofer proposing a civil penalty of $ 10000 pursuant to …
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Unemployment rate falls below 10 percent
"The drop in the unemployment rate from September to October is attributable to an increase in employment and fewer people looking for jobs," Commissioner of Labor & Workforce Development Karla Davis said. "Education and health services were two of the …
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today on the house floor congress passed a bill to extend the bush tax cuts but only to the middle class. IN a closed session, republicans and democrats stuck a deal to extend tax cuts to ALL American’s including the nations wealthiest. In exchange unemployment extensions are likely, but NOT for the 99er’s.
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Hello my fellow UI’s this video is going to be a TUTORIAL about how unemployment with the extensions works.
The Florida House passed a bill that would cut unemployment benefits from 26 to 20 weeks. After the bill passed today, speaker Dean Cannon called on the Senate to approve it and pass the savings to employers.
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Senate passes 0 K-12 cut; community colleges lose M
School foundation allowances will be cut $ 470 per student under a K-12 budget passed in the Senate today and expected to become law.
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Battle for healthy snacks
Feasting on super-sized sodas, Big Macs and other junk food, Americans rank as the fattest people among the world’s industrialized nations. Our bloated obesity rate is causing an alarming increase in diabetes, which is the leading cause of blindness in adults. So one might think the Oregon …
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Traveling road show to visit Red Oak through Friday
The Ohio Valley Gold & Silver Refinery’s traveling road show has stopped at the Red Coach Inn & Restaurant in Red Oak through this Friday, May 20, to buy precious metals, jewelry, historical artifacts, antiques, and other collectibles.
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