Sen. Al Melvin To Arizona Residents Who Will Lose Unemployment Benefits: “How Long Have They Been On That Already?”

Sen. Al Melvin To Arizona Residents Who Will Lose Unemployment Benefits: “How Long Have They Been On That Already?”
State Sen. Al Melvin, who represents the Catalina Foothills and Oro Valley in the Arizona Legislature, remains opposed a change in state law that would allow out-of-work Arizonans to receive extended unemployment benefits from the federal government, even though it would not cost the state a dime. Hank Stephenson, a reporter for the Nogales International and contributor to TW , caught up Melvin …
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North Carolina Unemployment Standoff Drags Endlessly
North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue (D) does not like the latest attempt by Republicans in the General Assembly to link unemployment benefits and budget cuts, which is bad news for the tens of thousands of jobless North Carolinians who want their benefits back.
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Unemployment rose following Big Isle tsunami
Big Island and statewide unemployment rates declined slightly in April, while the nationwide rate rose slightly, state officials said Friday.
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Wisconsin budget panel delays unemployment checks
MADISON Republicans on the Legislatures finance committee moved Thursday to slow unemployment payouts, adding a measure to the state budget that would set up a waiting period and bar drug users from collecting benefits for a year.
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