As eligibility gets tighter (effective Aug. 1) and the benefits period grows shorter (effective Jan. 1), the state will pay out less in unemployment compensation benefits under its new laws. Source: Florida Office of Economic and Demographic Research

As eligibility gets tighter (effective Aug. 1) and the benefits period grows shorter (effective Jan. 1), the state will pay out less in unemployment compensation benefits under its new laws. Source: Florida Office of Economic and Demographic Research

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