Michigan Unemployment Insurance
– Governor Rick Snyder recently signed a bill which lowers the number of weeks
a claimant may collect unemployment insurance (UI) from weeks 26 weeks to 20
weeks, beginning January 2012, making Michigan the first state to reduce the maximum
duration of UI benefits for regular claims.
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