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Gov. Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

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Gov. Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

Post by Guest on Sun May 15, 2011 1:50 pm

As part of his revised budget, California Gov. Jerry Brown will propose eliminating a state board that has been criticized for providing a highly paid landing spot for termed-out lawmakers looking for work.

Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board as part of his revised budget plan to help close the state's remaining $15.4 billion deficit. The Democratic governor will release the full plan on Monday. Six of the board's seven members are former lawmakers. They each make $128,109 a year even though the board meets once -- and occasionally twice -- a month.

Administration Spokesperson Duran said it did not seem efficient for the state to have such a board at a time when deep cuts are being made to services for the poor, elderly and disabled, and cuts to schools and public safety are being considered.

The board, which grants or denies unemployment insurance benefit appeals, has been criticized in recent years for backlogs and decisions that some said were delayed deliberately.

http://tinyurl.com/5semzfx

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Re: Gov. Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

Post by suri on Sun May 15, 2011 1:57 pm

WOW, a piece of common sense at work --- remarkable! There is hope! sunny

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Re: Gov. Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

Post by TR11005 on Sun May 15, 2011 2:03 pm

They should use that extra money to pay the Unemployed. It was wrong to pay that kind of money for that service.

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Re: Gov. Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

Post by Guest on Sun May 15, 2011 4:04 pm

DesperateInRI wrote:
As part of his revised budget, California Gov. Jerry Brown will propose eliminating a state board that has been criticized for providing a highly paid landing spot for termed-out lawmakers looking for work.

Brown will propose eliminating the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board as part of his revised budget plan to help close the state's remaining $15.4 billion deficit. The Democratic governor will release the full plan on Monday. Six of the board's seven members are former lawmakers. They each make $128,109 a year even though the board meets once -- and occasionally twice -- a month.

Administration Spokesperson Duran said it did not seem efficient for the state to have such a board at a time when deep cuts are being made to services for the poor, elderly and disabled, and cuts to schools and public safety are being considered.

The board, which grants or denies unemployment insurance benefit appeals, has been criticized in recent years for backlogs and decisions that some said were delayed deliberately.

http://tinyurl.com/5semzfx

Yet some complain that our teachers and rescue workers/ police make too much money and have too many benefits?????? This is outrageous!!


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