from what I've read in the Post, Charlotte Observer and Raleigh N&O, I think he got the message on tax cuts.
It's a nice thought; but not practical.
Having said that, the current proposal, to be on the Floor for debate and a vote when the Legislature reconvenes, calls for a cut in benefit maximum to $350; an increase in the waiting period from 1 week to 2; and a cap for benefits at 20 weeks.
Vog, sadly some of the former computer wizzes as well as financial brokers and bankers may need to reinvent themselves. Every indication reported notes job cuts across the country and not job growth. In case you missed it, 600 Charlotte bankers & finance wizards, working on the BOA & Wells Fargo mortgage re-evaluation hich led to the large settlement, were cut loose on Monday with no advance notice.
And as I have noted, many employers large and small are planning to cut non-salaried employee hours below 30 per week to avoid the impact of employee health care under Obamacare.
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