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As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan reminds us, the U.S. Department of Treasury is going paperless. The move is supposed to save taxpayers $1 billion over 10 years, but that now means that benefit recipients have a decision to make.
The special assistance program will help those in Atlantic, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean and Union counties who were living or working in the affected counties at the time of the storm and who are unemployed as a result of it.
Senate president Steve Sweeney is ready to proceed with a package he hammered out with Governor Chris Christie which would require state workers to pay more for health insurance and increase contributions to their pension fund.
The leader of the New Jersey Senate says pension and health care benefits for the average public safety worker cost local governments $47,000 a year.
“It’s very discouraging,” said Earl Seawright referring to the economic climate in Philadelphia.
The search for work has become a full time job of its own for Wayne Hood.
A spokesman says Pennsylvania officials should know more Friday about how soon people eligible for the unemployment extension can expect benefits.
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