Gary Hough, owner of a fuel- and lubricant-supply company in Trenton, will likely face higher state unemployment insurance taxes next year as New Jersey tries to pay back $1.7 billion in federal loans the state has borrowed to pay jobless benefits.
Gary Hough, owner of a fuel- and lubricant-supply company in Trenton, will likely face higher state unemployment insurance taxes next year as New Jersey tries to pay back $1.7 billion in federal loans the state has borrowed to pay jobless benefits. Ben Solomon/MCT
Gary Hough, owner of a fuel- and lubricant-supply company in Trenton, will likely face higher state unemployment insurance taxes next year as New Jersey tries to pay back $1.7 billion in federal loans the state has borrowed to pay jobless benefits. Ben Solomon/MCT

No free lunch: States seek ways to repay jobless benefits

December 20, 2010 5:07 PM

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