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Support House Bill 676: Extend Unemployment Benefits For 37,000 North Carolinians

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Support House Bill 676: Extend Unemployment Benefits For 37,000 North Carolinians

Post by Guest on Tue Apr 19, 2011 1:55 pm

Support House Bill 676: Extend Unemployment Benefits For 37,000 North Carolinians
This quick fix is needed to help struggling families


Support House Bill 676: Extend Unemployment Benefits For 37,000 North Carolinians


There is an ongoing jobs shortage in North Carolina. Workers who lost their job in the Great Recession through no fault of their own are still struggling to make ends meet and find new opportunities.

One of the key supports for workers who have been unemployed the longest is the Extended Benefit program. Currently, this program is entirely paid for by the federal government and provides 20 weeks of benefits for workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own.

In order to keep this program in place, North Carolina policymakers must change the rules governing this program and allow the program to look back over three years to assess the level of unemployment. This would keep the Extended Benefits triggered ON in North Carolina.

Contact your member of the House and urge them to support House Bill 676.


In addition, reach out to the Speaker of the House and Senate President to make sure they know that supporting workers who are out of work is critical.


http://capwiz.com/ncjustice/issues/alert/?alertid=42523501&PROCESS=Take+Action

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could this be good news?

Post by Terrync on Wed May 18, 2011 11:36 am

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RT @ncsenatedems: #ncga House and Sen Dems joining up for joint press conf on GOP holding #unemployment benefits hostage at 1:30pm today


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