The state projects jobless benefits will cost $427 million in 2014.The bond idea was passed by the 2013 Nevada Legislature as a way to wipe out the debt to the federal government that began accruing in 2009 when the state's unemployment trust fund, once considered healthy with $800 million, ran dry, victimized by record joblessness and an economy that imploded.
Board Votes To Keep Nevada Jobless Tax The Same
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