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January 2000

Changes in unemployment insurance legislation in 1999

Robert Kenyon, Jr.

At the Federal level, enactments dealt with trade adjustment assistance and with the tax treatment of employer-provided educational assistance; some States addressed issues such as job loss associated with avoiding domestic abuse and the conditions under which wage information gathered for the program could be released to third parties

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