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Real people discuss unemployment insurance (VIDEO)

Watch this video put together by the AFL-CIO of North Carolina in which real North Carolinians explain how unemployment insurance benefits helped them survive….barely. Mind you, the benefits they are discussing are the extremely modest benefits that the General Assdembly plans to slash in unprecedented fashion. (Note — if you have any trouble seeing the video, try clicking on the full screen icon).

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  1. Diana Hatch

    February 13, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    People don’t want to be out of work. These people are typical of those facing unemployment. It affects not just single people but families they care for. I thought we were a country where we helped one another.

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