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SOUTH BEND — About 700 workers laid off from South Bend's A.J. Wright distribution center are looking ahead, and local organizations are leading the push to help them. Mountains of snow hid the dozen or so cars in the parking lot outside A.J....
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a bill that temporarily continues federal jobless benefits while cutting six weeks of state-level unemployment benefits for new filers starting in 2012. The measure reduces state jobless...
Tags: Michigan, Government, Executive Branch, Unemployment, Employment
NEW YORK (AP) — Oil is trading near $106 per barrel after government reports gave a mixed read on the health of the U.S. economy. The Commerce Department said companies trimmed orders for manufactured goods in February. This suggests that American...
GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) — John Sinning has been looking for work since he was laid off from his job as a manufacturing engineer two years ago. Insurance executive Joe Christophel has been without steady work since October 2009. Both see reports that the...
NILES -- Will state retirees see their pensions taxed as Gov. Rick Snyder has proposed? It’s too soon to say what the Legislature will do with the proposal but one state lawmaker has an idea. “I suspect you’re going to see some...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Social Security fund is on track to run out of money by 2037. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office calculates that this year alone Social Security will collect $45 billion less in payroll taxes than it pays out in...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Indiana businesses that have a history of laying off employees would pay more and workers in industries where seasonal layoffs occur regularly would receive less under a bill lawmakers are preparing to take up to try to fix...
Tags: Indiana, Insurance, Indiana Legislature, Unemployment, Politics
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana House committee split along party lines to approve a bill that would cut jobless benefits for some people starting next year as the state tries to fix its insolvent unemployment insurance system. The Republican-led...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Far from slowing, the government's deficit spending will surge to a record $1.5 trillion flood of red ink this year, congressional budget experts estimated Wednesday, blaming the slow economic recovery and last month's tax-cut law....
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The head of the Indiana AFL-CIO says protecting the unemployment benefits paid to jobless workers will be among the union organization's top priorities during the state Legislature's session. Indiana has borrowed $1.9 billion...
Tags: Elections, Government, Heads of State, Labor Markets, Employees
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana Department of Workforce Development spokeswoman says a high volume of people logging onto the state's unemployment benefits website caused it to operate slowly over the weekend. Spokeswoman Valerie Kroeger says the...
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels isn’t planning to slow down during his final two years in office. The Republican governor has laid out an ambitious agenda for the General Assembly’s four-month session that begins Wednesday. Daniels will have...
Tags: Government, Executive Branch, Justice System, Laws, Indiana
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