Have you made millions in COVID recovery dollars? That’s what labor is still saying.

Date: April 30, 2021

Last weeks of legislative session! Take action today.

The Senate approved S.10 by a vote of 18-12. It would increase unemployment costs for small business owners through:

  • A 20% expansion of unemployment benefit.
    Estimated cost to small business owners: $35 million; plus, adds to the challenge of finding qualified workers.
  • The creation of a new benefit for dependent coverage.
    Estimated cost to small business owners: $12 – $21 million.

A reminder, that as S.10 moved towards a final vote in the Senate, lawmakers took notice of your comments! Your efforts to contact lawmakers stalled the forward movement of the bill by two weeksWill you take action again?!

Organized labor continues to tell lawmakers that business owners can afford the cost of expanded unemployment insurance benefits because they have received millions in COVID recovery dollars. They are saying that greed and an unwillingness to support workers is why small business owners oppose these expansions. Click here or below to learn more and to take action to share the real reasons small business owners cannot afford to pay for these expansions!

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