Tenn. considers reducing unemployment pay
With Tennessee's jobless rate persistently in double digits, the idea of cutting weekly benefits has emerged as one way to keep the state's unemployment compensation fund in the black.
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#1 Feb 10, 2010
It's so low now it won't pay the bills while people look for a job, you have to sell stuff off. Surely Brederson can find something less important to cut, like maybe his salary?
#2 Feb 22, 2010
i think not because peoples still can,t get jobs because there or no job out here where i live.i been laid off since 2008 and still looking for work. but no one hireing it ain,t our fauth no one hireing.why cut what we badly living off or anything they should raise it so peoples can live.raising everything else but unemployment why not help the poor.
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