An Amesbury woman who is from the Garden State got a $73 bill for unemployment benefits that Jersey says it overpaid her 36 years ago.
U.S. Sen. Scott Brown criticized fellow Republicans in the House of Representatives for voting against legislation that would have prevented a Social Security payroll tax increase for 160 million workers on Jan. 1.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed legislation to ensure unemployed workers who exhaust their state benefits remain eligible for federally-funded benefit extensions.
Senators John Kerry and Scott Brown say they will support a tax deal negotiated by President Barack Obama.
I do know this — we’re being governed by Baby Boomers, a generation of politicians whose self-esteem far outstrips any proof of their competence.
The long-term unemployed – people who have been out of work for up to 99 weeks – are about to lose their benefits.
She doesn’t like it, but since an insurance company laid her off in July, Mary Ann Taylor visits the state’s unemployment website every Sunday to file her claim for benefits. But this Sunday, there was a problem.
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