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Two Dozen States’ Unemployment Funds in the Red, Nine More Within Six Months

Here is a useful tool to determine where your state stands in terms of funding for the unemployment insurance fund.

It's bad.....

I am totally convinced this is what will deliver the death blow to the United States. No wonder Obama is getting all panicky about jobs.

http://www.propublica.org/feature/unemployment-funds-in-the-...

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There should always be

There should always be alternate ways to create more jobs by the government tactics. The unemployment rate is at a record high point, but what's even higher is the rate of underemployment. More people are working in jobs that are below their previous salary level or qualification, and willing to accept lower salaries just to keep money coming in and not running for payday loans. The lower salaries have a lot to do with why people aren't spending as freely as they had previously. The numbers of unemployed aren't growing at as fast a rate as they had, which leads many to believe that the recession is ending.

dsd

Does anyone believe

that Texas eliminating property taxes might be a boon for the economy of the state. I do and so does our next Governor Debra Medina. She wants to get the parasite government out of the pockets and off the backs of Texas businesses and the people of the state. Debra Medina's mercury is rising, watch the BELO debate from Dallas January 29th 2010

Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

Looks like Texas doesn't get it

an average business tax increase from $89 to $165 per employee is in effect for 2010.

Stupid!

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Grim results indeed.

Montana is o.k. for the moment.

California is in deep do do.

indeed

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