"Extend UE for 2 years, and people will stay on it for 2 years.
Extend UE for 1 year, and people will stay on it for 1 year.
Extend UE for 6 months, and people will stay on it for 6 months.
Etc, etc... "
CRAZY!...These clowns spoil it for those that do REALLY need it when they lose their jobs due to no fault of their own..Damn Shame...I think unemployment for 2 yrs was ridiculous. 6 mos is fair. One should be able to find a job, some sort of job in 6 mos no?! even if it is part/time or 2 part time jobs. There are jobs out there...
1 time in my life I needed to collect unemployment. Because I didn't accept a job that paid 1/3 of what I was making previously, they dropped me like a hot rock. I explained the logic and further explained that taking this job was actually going to cost me money rather than allow me to make money. No dice! Dropped like a hot rock.
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