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The Federal authorization to have a three year look-back expires on February 29, 2012. States that have tied their three year look-back to the period for 100% Federal sharing for EB will continue to have a three year look-back. However, states that used a hard end date in state law for the three year look-back provision will not have that provision extended by the recent Federal enactments. Absent additional state enactments, the following states will fail to meet the look-back criteria for the TUR trigger and cease to be triggered "on" to EB with the week ending January 7, 2012 and have their EB period conclude January 28, 2012: (DC, FL, GA, NC, NJ, NM, OH, and PA).
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FYI : In Michigan, EB will end on March 31,2012. For unemployment in the former MiUIA was, 26 weeks regular benefits, followed by Tiers 1,2,3,4, EB. Effective Jan. 1st,2012, regular unemployment is now only 20 weeks, thanks to MI Gov. Rick Snyder. We need to get this A-Hole out of office. Now he has State taxes on Public and Private Pensions. What's next ??? Taxing Social Security ???? Massive unemployment still exist in Michigan.Out of work in Michigan? Three and a half years, and still counting !!! What did Gov. Rick Snyder do before and when he was elected ??? Laid off all of the employees, closed his company,sold and shipped to China, and pocketed 14 Million dollars !!!!
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