CONDITIONAL VETO PLACED ON UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS BILL, LEGISLATURE LIKELY TO ACCEPT

225px-ChChristieA bill aimed that helping businesses that were prepared to take a big increase in their unemployment benefits was conditionally vetoed by Gov. Chris Christie. A couple of elements in the bill Christie did not like, but businesses will get a one year break on the planned increase to support the unemployment fund. The state has borrowed from the federal government to keep the fund going. A new change will also be implemented with this law. People who are fired for misconduct, could become ineligible to receive benefits. The increase was coming on July 1, and legislation had to be passed to help businesses.

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