|Printer's No.||Text||(H) Amendments||(S) Amendments||(H) Fiscal Note||(S) Fiscal Note||Actuarial Note|
This bill amends the act of December 5, 1936 (P.L.2897, No.1), known as the "Unemployment Compensation Law" (1937 P.L.). Other bills that also amend the same statute are listed below.
|HB 68||Rep. RYAN||Memo: LEGISLATION: INCREASE CURRENT TIMEFRAME ALOTTED EMPLOYER TO REQUEST RELIEF FROM CHARGES IN UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION SYSTEM|
|HB 280||Rep. JAMES||Memo: Lengthening Time Periods for Unemployment Compensation Appeals|
|HB 491||Rep. BOBACK||Memo: Reasonable Accommodation Requests for Individuals with a Disability who are Required to take Reemployment Classes|
|HB 621||Rep. F. KELLER||Memo: Legislation Amending Unemployment Compensation Law to Define "Willful Misconduct" and "Voluntary Quit" (Prior HB-1014)|
|HB 1537||Rep. HARKINS||Memo: Amending the UC law to provide a more flexible schedule for drawing down these funds when L&I is acting to protect taxpayers’ investment|
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