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January 2005

Changes in Federal and State unemployment insurance legislation in 2004

Loryn Lancaster

State enactments include provisions relating to SUTA dumping, professional employer organizations, and staff leasing companies; voluntary quits; disqualification from benefits; noncharging benefits; pension offset; and financing; one Federal bill that was enacted made several changes, affecting the unemployment compensation program.

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