Personal information about licenses and unemployment – including names, addresses, birth dates, credit card and Social Security numbers – was left relatively unguarded on computers at the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, and may have been targeted for fraud, according to legislative auditors.Read More
Tag: unemployment insurance reform
Lawmakers were pushing for a resolution on the dispute over an unemployment insurance reform plan proposed by Gov. Martin O’Malley, but they were still negotiating on Friday.
Many of the stakeholders still appeared far apart on aspects of the legislation, and one major component appeared to be off the table. The Daily Record reported that the bill would likely not move forward with an $83 million tax credit that had split the business community.Read More
Business and labor are far apart on the key aspect of Gov. O’Malley’s overhaul. The so-called “alternative base period,” has met with furious opposition from the businesses who pay unemployment taxes.Read More
Finance chair says he is uncertain of the prospects for a key component of changes in jobless aid.Read More
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