Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2014

Source: Loryn Lancaster, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Review, August 2015

From the abstract:
New federal legislation makes all unemployment compensation taxable income, allows some professional employer organizations to take a Federal Unemployment Tax Act credit and precludes other such organizations from doing so, and gives the states funds for certain job search and placement services rendered to unemployment insurance claimants. State enactments focus on the widespread establishment and regulation of work-sharing programs and implement changes in a number of areas, including nonmonetary eligibility for, administration of, and financing of unemployment compensation.
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Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2013
Source: Monthly Labor Review, July 2014

Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2012
Source: Monthly Labor Review, March 2013

Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2011
Source: Monthly Labor Review, February 2012