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January 1986

Changes in unemployment insurance legislation during 1985

Diana Runner

At the national level, phaseout of Federal Supplemental Compensation was legislated; State developments included the creation of shared-work compensation plans, and changes designed to pay interest on outstanding advances by the Federal Government.

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