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Regular Session 2013-2014
House Bill 421

Short Title:
An Act amending the act of December 5, 1936 (2nd Sp.Sess., 1937 P.L.2897, No.1), known as the Unemployment Compensation Law, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in contributions, further providing for establishment and maintenance of employer's reserve accounts, for relief from charges and for reciprocal agreements; in compensation, further providing for qualifications required to secure compensation and for ineligibility for compensation; in penalties, further providing for false statements and representations to obtain or increase compensation and for recovery and recoupment of compensation; and, in shared-work program, further providing for definitions, for application to approve shared-work plan, for shared-work plan requirements and for expiration.
Last Action:
Act No. 75 of 2013, Oct. 23, 2013
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Statute References :

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 26 Rep. W. KELLER Memo: Unemployment Compensation Service Centers (Prior HB 2733/2012)
HB 393 Rep. KNOWLES Memo: Unemployment Compensation Issue
HB 403 Rep. GROVE Memo: Unemployment Compensation Fraud Penalties
HB 489 Rep. GILLEN Memo: Unemployment Compensation Reform
HB 644 Rep. MURT Memo: Unemployment Compensation Monetary Settlements
Only the first 5 bills are included here. Looking for more? View all legislation amending December 5, 1936 (P.L.2897, No.1), known as the "Unemployment Compensation Law" (1937 P.L.)