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January 1990

Changes in unemployment insurance legislation during 1989

Diana Runner

Alaska and Nevada established temporary training programs for unemployed claimants; elsewhere, changes generally involved increasing benefits, qualifying wages, and tax rates. Following is a summary of some significant changes in State unemployment insurance laws during 1989.

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