Gov. Wolf To Sign Temporary Fix For Unemployment Comp SystemDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf will sign legislation to flush $15 million into a chaotic state unemployment compensation system that's forcing the jobless to wait longer to get questions answered or benefits checks.
State Senate Moves Bill To Fix Unemployment Compensation MessThe Senate Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to authorize $15 million to at least temporarily alleviate long delays for people calling to apply for benefits.
Senate OKs Money For Pennsylvania Unemployment Comp CentersLegislation heading to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives would free up $15 million to improve service in the state's unemployment compensation centers.
Harrisburg Unemployment Compensation Funding Dispute Takes Its Toll On CitizensLayoffs at unemployment service centers across the state are causing real problems for people trying to claim their benefits.
Unemployed Workers Struggling To Get Help After Unemployment Service Center LayoffsThe layoffs of hundreds of state employees at unemployment service centers have reached a crisis point.
Spat Between Gov. Wolf And State GOP ContinuesA dispute between the Wolf administration and the Pennsylvania Senate is causing pain for unemployed workers in Pennsylvania.
Unemployment Workers At Heart Of Spat Between GOP, Gov. WolfA simmering dispute between Gov. Tom Wolf and state Senate Republicans could slow down processing of unemployment claims in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Jobless Rate Falls, Hiring FlattensPennsylvania's jobless rate fell by three-tenths of a percentage point in November for the second straight month, even as payrolls remained static.
US Steel Worker Proud To Be Mentioned In President’s SpeechThe invited guests lined up early at US Steel’s Irvin Plant, nearly three hours before the event, which was inside but still chilly.
Obama Orders Creation Of 'myRA' Savings PlanWith a stroke of his pen, President Barack Obama has created a new savings plan designed for Americans who don't have workplace retirement plans.
President Obama Set To Visit PittsburghPresident Barack Obama is scheduled to travel to Pittsburgh next week.
Sen. Toomey Wants More Options To Raise EmploymentOnce a month PA State Senator Pat Toomey joins the Mike Pintek show to discuss the hot topics in our state. This interview brought up the subjects of Obamacare and raising the minimum wage.

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