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Fired For Using Medical Marijuana? You Can Still Get Jobless Benefits, Court RulesThe Michigan appeals court says workers can qualify for unemployment pay if they're fired for using medical marijuana.
Snyder Signs Law To End Jobless Aid To Drug UsersMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a law Tuesday denying unemployment benefits to job seekers who fail company drug tests.
House OKs Nixing Jobless Benefits For Drug Users Recipients would also be cut off if they refuse to take a drug test.
Federally-Funded Unemployment Benefits ReducedMichigan residents will no longer be able to receive some federally-funded benefits because the state's unemployment rate has fallen below nine percent.
Jobless Benefits OK For Medical Marijuana UsersA Michigan judge has ruled that medical marijuana users who follow the state's medical marijuana law may collect unemployment benefits.
'Customer Service Saturday' Offers Extra-Hours Unemployment HelpExtended unemployment benefits are ending Saturday for many in Michigan and the state's unemployment agency is offering people help.
Feds Cut Unemployment Benefits As Michigan Jobless Rate DeclinesMichigan reduced unemployment from 26 to 20 weeks this year.
Jobless Benefits Can Be Requested During HolidaysState offices will be closed the next two Fridays and Mondays for the Christmas and New Year's holidays, but jobless applicants can still apply for unemployment benefits online.
Michigan Lawmakers OK Jobless Benefits ChangesThe Republican-led Michigan Legislature on Wednesday approved legislation aimed at stabilizing the state's unemployment benefits fund, including a bill that could make it tougher for some to get and keep jobless benefits.
Genesee County: 50 Get Unemployment Benefits On The JobAn audit by Genesee County officials has found that more than 50 government employees have collected about $30,000 in unemployment benefits while still on the job.
Michigan Dems Push For Extended Jobless BenefitsDemocrats in the Michigan legislature are attempting to reverse a vote that will cut the number of weeks jobless workers can receive state unemployment benefits.
Lawmakers Approve Changes To Jobless BenefitsState lawmakers have reached agreement on legislation that will extend benefits to thousands of Michigan's unemployed residents.
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