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Old 05-31-2011, 08:34 PM
 
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Old 05-31-2011, 08:34 PM
 
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They are Broke!!!


Outstanding Loans from the Federal Unemployment Account.
Balances as of May 26, 2011 are:

Alabama $16,160,444.17Arizona $185,599,205.16Arkansas $359,989,601.53California $10,957,982,217.09Colorado $250,875,876.23Connecticut $809,875,582.98Delaware $62,523,367.88Florida $1,447,800,000.00Georgia $728,000,000.00Idaho $202,401,700.22Illinois $1,957,510,529.94Indiana $1,795,755,174.87Kansas $170,821,412.91Kentucky $948,700,000.00Michigan $3,134,258,939.84Minnesota $407,887,319.98Missouri $672,406,218.09Nevada $773,160,968.50New Jersey $1,351,357,777.91New York $2,543,311,153.06North Carolina $2,419,411,246.03Ohio $2,611,387,131.00Pennsylvania $3,761,835,374.73Rhode Island $202,211,457.40South Carolina $968,343,725.73Vermont $77,731,860.63Virgin Islands $21,450,433.82Virginia $140,460,000.00Wisconsin $1,251,962,975.14Total$40,231,171,694.84
And EB ads nothing to this debt. If the Feds changed anything to make it NC would kill the program @ 2 weeks.
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Old 05-31-2011, 08:48 PM
 
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These are the rules folks so read I am sorry but I hope I am wrong...
http://workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/...s_extended.pdf
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Old 05-31-2011, 08:49 PM
 
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And EB ads nothing to this debt. If the Feds changed anything to make it NC would kill the program @ 2 weeks.
Yes your Right!!! BUT THER BROKE...
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Old 05-31-2011, 08:51 PM
 
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An EB period ends or "triggers off" whenever the above criteria are not met, except that once EB triggers on, the EB period must last at least 13 weeks. Once EB triggers off, it cannot trigger on again before the 14th week after the end of the prior EB period.

I have posted here and facebook but nobody believes me and your peers and leaders know and SHAME SHAME SHAME THAT THEY JUST DO NOT COME OUT AND TELL YOU FOLKS. YES ANOTHER MONTH AND A HALF...
Game Over...
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:04 PM
 
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The 14th week, so when is that in july and that is why they added it to the budget because they knew it wouldn't be available until then? I am confused. Maybe we don't really know what is going to happen.
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:06 PM
 
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An EB period ends or "triggers off" whenever the above criteria are not met, except that once EB triggers on, the EB period must last at least 13 weeks. Once EB triggers off, it cannot trigger on again before the 14th week after the end of the prior EB period.

I have posted here and facebook but nobody believes me and your peers and leaders know and SHAME SHAME SHAME THAT THEY JUST DO NOT COME OUT AND TELL YOU FOLKS. YES ANOTHER MONTH AND A HALF...
Game Over...

heard you rant about this for a while now. Let's just wait and see. If you would like to give up go ahead. The rest of us will continue on. I see the lookback change different. The rate instantly jumps to over 110% so EB should trigger on as soon as the bill is signed.
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:10 PM
 
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An EB period ends or "triggers off" whenever the above criteria are not met, except that once EB triggers on, the EB period must last at least 13 weeks. Once EB triggers off, it cannot trigger on again before the 14th week after the end of the prior EB period.

I have posted here and facebook but nobody believes me and your peers and leaders know and SHAME SHAME SHAME THAT THEY JUST DO NOT COME OUT AND TELL YOU FOLKS. YES ANOTHER MONTH AND A HALF...
Game Over...
But EB would have never triggered off in the first place with the new 3 year look back criteria. Which is what the criteria would be after this mess is straightened out. That may make the stipulation you are pointing to null and void. EB should have never triggered off. It only did so using the faulty criteria of the 2 year look back, which was in place because it was never thought that the unemployment rate would remain as high as it has for such a long period of time.
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:11 PM
 
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The 14th week, so when is that in july and that is why they added it to the budget because they knew it wouldn't be available until then? I am confused. Maybe we don't really know what is going to happen.
YEP THEY KNOW THE STORY BUT WILL NOT SAY NOTHING.. JUST EXCUSES...Department of labor prdicted the shut off in March but was fooled and came a month later. I seen the stats for each state. Some of the states said WE aRE GOING AFTER THE 3 YEAR RIGHT AWAY AND SOME DID NOT. Arizona is about to get cut off this week. You all have to remember this EB IS A FED. FUNDED PROGRAM AND THERE LAWS OVERRIDE THE STATES. North Carolina had alot of time to fix this program but choose not to. Arizona right now are scrambiling...
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:18 PM
 
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heard you rant about this for a while now. Let's just wait and see. If you would like to give up go ahead. The rest of us will continue on. I see the lookback change different. The rate instantly jumps to over 110% so EB should trigger on as soon as the bill is signed.
Good Job, NCEB!! I totally agree with you! ! I've been seeing the same conversation here over and over, and while it gets explained, it gets started again by the same poster.... I have family in Indiana, where the EB benefits expired, and afterwards, Indiana passed legislature to change the look back to 3 years. After the governor signed the legislature, the people had their money within a weeks time. These are FACTS here.
Our biggest issue here is the passage of legislature to reinstate these benefits, and we are all hoping and praying left and right, for our sake and our families' sake that we can see action on this this week.
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