Liberty and Freedom
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1. I support no extension of federal unemployment benefits and support maintaining 26 weeks in state unemployment benefits.
2. I support extending federal unemployment benefits by 20 weeks and support maintaining 26 weeks in state unemployment benefits .
3. I support extending the federal unemployment benefits by 20 weeks and support dropping state unemployment benefits to 20 weeks in one year.
4. I support extending the federal unemployment benefits by 20 weeks and support dropping state unemployment after one year on a sliding scale starting at 20 weeks if the state unemployment rate is over 10% and moving down to 6 weeks if the unemployment rate drops to <5%.
We have no money! We cannot raise unemployment insurance on small business again.
Unemployment insurance is meant for a bridge between jobs; not as a cure for a collapsed economy such as exists in Michigan.
Folks need a hand UP not a hand OUT!
I support #4 and #2 in that order.
I support choice #1.
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If limited to this listing, I support #1.
I support no extension of unemployment benefits. However, I think that all unemployment benefits should decrease each month after 6 months of full benefit. After six months, each additional month should be 95% of the last month's unemployment benefit. After 42 months (yes, that’s three years with a reducing benefit after a full 6 months at full benefit) the benefit would be 16% of the original benefit, and it is time to get back to work. I like a little incentive with a lot of compassion.