For the week ended Jan. 12, the number of North Carolinians seeking unemployment benefits fell by 5,541, due to fewer layoffs in textiles, business services, construction and transportation and warehousingIn addition to the cuts in benefits, the legislative proposal also would eliminate eligibility for people who can't accept a shift with new hours because of personal issues such as day care or elder care, the advocates said.
Advocates To NC Gov: You Live On $350 A Week
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