Lewiston Sun Journal
Current legislative efforts to reform the unemployment compensation law (LD1725) by increasing penalties for fraud and tightening qualifications for benefits, e.g., removal of the exemption of vacation time as a factor in assessing benefits and lengthening the search for employment after six weeks rather than the current requirement of twelve weeks, triggers some historical images.
Scontras, Charles A., "Labor, industry fighting over unemployment benefits — sounds a lot like the 1960s" (2012). Bureau of Labor Education. 33.
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