Unemployment Compensation: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-ninth Congress, First[-second] Session[s] on H.R. 8282 Employment Security Amendments of 1965, and Other Pending Proposals on the Subject of Unemployment Compensation Statutes

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Considers H.R. 8282, the Employment Security Amendments of 1965, and 6 related bills, to establish a Federal program of long-term unemployment insurance, to extend unemployment insurance coverage to agricultural and other workers not previously covered, to establish Federal unemployment benefit standards, to provide Federal funds to states for defraying increased benefit expenses, and to increase unemployment compensation tax rate.
 

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Stalbaum Hon Lynn E a Representative in Congress from the State
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Aufmuth Stephen G S Aufmuth Associates business consultants
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PART 1
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Friedrick J F president Milwaukee County Labor Council AFLCIO
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farm labor for all farms and farms using 300 mandays of hired Page
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Page
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Hon Andrew F Brimmer Assistant Secretary
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Taylor William J Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union
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Treasury Department of
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Labor Department of Hon W Willard Wirtz SecretaryContinued
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Agriculture Department of Dr Nathan M Koffsky Director of Agri
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THE POPULATION OF HIRED FARMWORKER HOUSEHOLDS 1
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INCIDENCE OF LOW LEVELS OF INCOME AND EDUCATION 9
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Education and Welfare statement
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A Philip Randolph Institute Clarence Mitchell 1755
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Associated Industries of New York State Inc
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Council of Louisiana Business Trade Associations L L Walters co Page
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Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Alfred Laureta Page director 1216
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Little Rock Ark Chamber of Commerce Daniel H Woods_ 1230
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Tetrault Miss Helene executive unemployment insurance department
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Unemployment Insurance Association California J Richard Glade
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Backman Gus P president ProUtah Inc joint statement with M L
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Table entitled Longterm unemployed by sex age and color March
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General Electric Co Russell Hubbard Jr Continued
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letter dated August 26 1965 to Chairman Mills 1925
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Idaho State of Governor of Hon Robert E Smylie telegram dated
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Carter Henry E chairman Iowa Employment Security Commission
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Edwards Gordon president Kraft Foods letter dated September
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ment 633
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Stewart Charles president Machinery Allied Products Institute letter
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Bookhout Mrs John chairman resolutions committee and Mrs J Kirby
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Smith Mrs Mary Frances president Tennessee Nurses Association letter
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Tappan Co
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Idaho State of H Fred Garrett executive director department of
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Tennessee Manufacturers Association C Weber Tuley 796
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Fry Samuel G Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association table
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total wage 194664
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Estimated benefit costs under provisions of 26week
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standards bill Arkansas 1392
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Table 2 entitled Estimated benefit costs under proposed Fed
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Toffoli A secretarytreasurer Colorado Labor Council AFLCIO letter
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New York 1544
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PART 2
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Shaw Joseph R See Associated Industries of New York State Inc
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Memorandum dated January 26 1960 from Richard Lester to
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National Retail Merchants Association statement 1926
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Hardwood Plywood Manufacturers Association French R McKnight
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Treasury Department report dated October 14 1965 from Stanley
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Smith Hon Hulett C Governor State of West Virginia
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Smith Mrs J Kirby president and Mrs John Bookhout chairman resolu
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from Frank A Hausheer executive vice president to Chairman Mills
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Adams Benjamin C commissioner New Hampshire Employment
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Adams Benjamin C commissioner New Hampshire Employment Security
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New Hampshire Manufacturers Association L J Fitzpatrick member
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New Hampshire Nurses Association Mrs Mary T Madden executive
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Brown George Council of State Chambers of Commerce 992
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Table entitled 27year summary of unemployment insurance financial
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Smith Hon Hulett C Governor State of West Virginia 586
727
Brown William R Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and Missouri
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controller American Girl Service letter dated July 8 1965
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Council on Employee Benefits Walter E Klint
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SUMMARIES OF STATEMENTS SUBMITTED BY WITNESSES ORAL
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August 13 633766
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Aerospace Industries Association Mrs Geraldine M Beideman 1433
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Building Service Employees International Union AFLCIO Anthony
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National Association of Manufacturers Matthew I Cotabish chairman
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Alaska State Chamber of Commerce Don Dickey general manager
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Agricultural Producers Labor Committee See Miller J F
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California State Department of Industrial Relations Ernest Webb
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Texas Employment Commission Richard L Coffman administrator 588
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McChesney Leonard E Lake Carriers Association of Cleveland Ohio 1585
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Alvord Oscar director social legislation department Indiana State
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South Carolina Employment Security Commission B Frank Godfrey
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August 17 815856
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Wonnacott Clarence E president American Hospital Association 1267
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Vermont State of Hon Philip H Hoff Governor
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American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
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Wickenden Miss Elizabeth technical consultant National Social Welfare
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PART 3
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Associated Industries of Arkansas Inc Daniel H Woods__ 1230
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Association of Colleges Universities of the State of New York state
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Carr Willard Z Jr California en ployers and employer associations 968
857
Alvord Oscar See Indiana State Chamber of Commerce
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Minnesota State of Hon Karl F Rolvaag Governor 815
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North Carolina Textile Manufacturers Association Inc See Garland
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Association of Washington Industries C David Gordon executive vice
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Indiana State Chamber of Com Oscar Alvord director social legisla
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compensation 193964
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National Association of Social Workers Rudolph T Danstedt director
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North Dakota Unemployment Compensation Division Martin Gronvold
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Brant James J director industrial relations department Electronic
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Ohio State Council of Retail Merchants George B Hammond executive
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Ohio State Council of Retail Merchants George B Hammond executive
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Associated Industries of Georgia A Worley Brown 1210
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Methodist Board of Social Concerns W Astor Kirk director public
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Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association
927
International Brotherhood of Teamsters Sidney Zagri legislative counsel
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Christenson Otto F executive vice president Minnesota Employers Asso
935
Garrett H Fred See Department of Employment State of Idaho
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PART 5
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Mitchell Clarence A Philip Randolph Institute National Association
952
Moomaw Paul C executive secretarytreasurer Pennsylvania Employers
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papers during week of August 4 1958
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National Council of Agricultural Employers J J Miller 1356
963
Text of H R 7476 and H R 7477 91
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American Girl Service M Nare controller letter dated July 8 1965
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