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  • Unemployment benefits system to shut down Oct. 9 for overhaul

    Unemployment benefits system to shut down Oct. 9 for overhaul
    Florida's 35-year-old unemployment benefit claim system online will shut down by noon Oct. 9 for four days. It will be converted to a new system, "Connect," and be live again by Oct. 15, the state says. Unemployed workers filing their job search...
  • More than 14,000 local workers to lose unemployment benefits Dec. 28

    More than 14,000 local workers to lose unemployment benefits Dec. 28
    More than 14,000 unemployed workers in Broward and Palm Beach counties will lose federal emergency unemployment benefits on Dec. 28. In Broward County, about 8,600 laid-off workers will lose their benefits. Palm Beach County, about 5,700 people are...
  • Department OKs payments to Florida's unemployed delayed by flawed online system

    Department OKs payments to Florida's unemployed delayed by flawed online system
    The U. S. Department of Labor on Saturday authorized unemployment payments to Florida's unemployed whose claims have been delayed due to the state's flawed online unemployment system, Connect. The Department of Economic Opportunity said it met with...
  • One reason for botched Obamacare rollout, Democratic official says, is government doesn't get tech's best and brightest

    One reason for botched Obamacare rollout, Democratic official says, is government doesn't get tech's best and brightest
    State Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Parkland, said one reason for the problem-plagued rollout of the Obamacare website is that top information technology talent doesn’t end up working at the federal Department of Health and Human Services. The best go to...
  • Democratic official says Obamacare hurt because government doesn't get high-tech best and brightest

    State Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Parkland, said Monday that one reason for the problem-plagued rollout of the Obamacare website is that top information technology talent doesn't end up working at the federal Department of Health and Human Services. "They...
  • Chan Lowe: New York tops Florida in population

    Chan Lowe: New York tops Florida in population
    To me, it's unimportant which state has the most people. Sure, federal funds are affected, as is the apportionment of congressional districts. How well a state takes care of its citizens, though, is of far greater significance. New York is a state...
  • Chan Lowe: Republicans and unemployment benefits

    Chan Lowe: Republicans and unemployment benefits
    Maybe the Republicans are flogging their unemployment benefit myth because it polls well with their comfortable and complacent base — you know, retirees and those who do not experience, and have never known, job insecurity.   It’s hard...
  • Initial jobless claims hold steady at near six-year low

    Initial jobless claims hold steady at near six-year low
    WASHINGTON -- Initial jobless claims last week held roughly steady at near a six-year low as reporting problems caused by computer upgrades in California and Nevada appeared to be fully resolved, the Labor Department said Thursday. The number of...
  • Government shutdown doesn't buy much more time on debt limit

    Government shutdown doesn't buy much more time on debt limit
    WASHINGTON -- The partial government shutdown reduces the federal government's expenses but not enough to significantly push back the mid-October date by which the debt limit needs to be raised, according to Treasury Department officials and a think-...
  • Is backlog of delayed unemployment checks cleared? Many say no

    Is backlog of delayed unemployment checks cleared? Many say no
    More than a week after the state's top labor official ordered the California Employment Development Department to pay out all backlogged unemployment claims, many Californians have yet to see their checks. The California EDD had been working overtime to...
  • CitiMortgage offers mortgage-help event in Towson

    CitiMortgage offers mortgage-help event in Towson
    CitiMortgage says its local borrowers should come to Towson on Tuesday if they're having trouble keeping up with their loan payments or face foreclosure. The company is holding a foreclosure-prevention event at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel at...