State unemployment benefits in the crosshairs; state budget crisis may force reduction in benefits

by an Unemployed White Male on March 26, 2011

in Business & Economy,Politics & Government,Recession

The jobless may soon find their state unemployment check is not in the mail.

A growing number of states are looking to cut back on jobless benefits to minimize the increase in unemployment taxes businesses pay. State officials are concerned that these tax hikes could deter companies from hiring.

Read the CNNMoney article.

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