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Offline dep190

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18-month battle for unemployment benefits leaves man broke, exhausted
More than 11,257 appeals remain pending; average wait is 130 days for a hearing
Tuesday, June 1, 2010  02:51 AM
By Catherine Candisky

THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
 
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Dave Berry fought efforts to repossess his car and foreclose on his home while waiting 18 months on an appeal for unemployment benefits.
 
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I hate to say it but if he had put the same effort into a new job he would have far more than six grand.  That said, the stealing of your social insecurity and unemployment "insurance" is pretty evident to most people that look at it in any detail.