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  2. More lawsuits mount against states canceling unemployment ...

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    A group of workers represented by Legal Aid Arkansas filed a suit against the state on July 23 for the early termination of benefits, alleging the move runs counter to two state laws. On Thursday ...

  3. Do I Qualify for Earned Income Credit While on Unemployment?

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    Maximum investment income. Eligibility for the Earned Income Credit also requires that your investment income for the 2019 tax year not exceed $3,600. Your investment income never includes the ...

  4. Arkansas - Wikipedia

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    Released in 2003. Lists of United States state symbols. Arkansas ( / ˈɑːrkənsɔː / AR-kən-saw [c]) is a landlocked state in the South Central United States. [8] [9] It is bordered by Missouri to the north, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Louisiana to the south, and Texas and Oklahoma to the west.

  5. Politics and government of Arkansas - Wikipedia

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    Law and government. As in the national government of the United States, political power in Arkansas is divided into three main branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Each officer's term is four years long. Office holders are term-limited to two full terms plus any partial terms before the first full term.

  6. County government in Arkansas - Wikipedia

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    County government in Arkansas. County government in Arkansas is a political subdivision of the state established for a more convenient administration of justice and for purposes of providing services for the state by the Constitution of Arkansas and the Arkansas General Assembly through the Arkansas Code. In Arkansas, counties have no inherent ...

  7. Economy of Arkansas - Wikipedia

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    The economy of Arkansas produced US$119 billion of gross domestic product in 2015. Six Fortune 500 companies are based in Arkansas, including the world's #1 corporation by revenue, Walmart. Arkansas's per capita income for 2010 was $36,027. The three-year median household income from 2009-11 was $39,806, ranking forty-ninth in the nation.

  8. List of Arkansas state agencies - Wikipedia

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    4.9 Department of Inspector General. 4.10 Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism. 4.11 Department of Public Safety. 4.12 Department of Transformation and Shared Services. 4.13 Department of Veteran Affairs. 5 Non-cabinet agencies. 5.1 Advisory boards and commissions. 5.2 Professional certification, licensure, and registration.

  9. Interwar unemployment and poverty in the United Kingdom

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    Unemployment was the dominant issue of British society during the interwar years. Unemployment levels rarely dipped below 1,000,000 and reached a peak of more than 3,000,000 in 1933, a figure which represented more than 20% of the working population. The unemployment rate was even higher in areas including South Wales and Liverpool.