March 2014

Raise your hand…

March 31, 2014 · 24 comments

in Pissed!

Who thinks this is going to pass the house and we are all going to get our money? Just want a simple answer and your gut feeling…pass? Yes or no?

PROVIDES 60 MILLION A YEAR IN THE ECONEMY

We are 3 hours away from it and seeing as edd is on holiday most people aren’t expecting payments but looking at tier new system it says that now they don’t need people to issue payments I guess we will see in 3 hours time! We are all crossing our fingers

A little homework

March 31, 2014

in Pissed!

The cloture petition is ignored for one full day during which the Senate is sitting. For example, if the petition is filed on Monday, it is ignored until Wednesday. (If the petition is filed on a Friday, it is ignored until Tuesday, assuming that the Senate did not sit on Saturday or Sunday.)

I have an interview scheduled this week for CTB eligibility, however I have already been paid through CTB, and had a letter from edd stating my program is approved from the dates school begins and everything. Now they sent me a letter stating they need to know the name of my school (which was in the CTB eligibility letter they sent me when I first started), and all other info also in the letter they sent me…. I have already been receiving CTB payments, now they need to check for eligibility. My training is through an approved program. I did ask for a training extension could that be why they want me to have an interview?

is going to suffer over not extending EU benefits!!

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The Senate adopted the motion to proceed to H.R.3979, the UI Compensation Extension, by voice vote. Senator Reid then offered substitute amendment #2874, filled the remaining slots in the amendment tree, and filed cloture on the substitute amendment and underlying bill.

Under Rule 22, the cloture vote on the substitute amendment (UI) will occur on Wednesday. Senators will be notified when the cloture vote is scheduled. If cloture is invoked, there would be up to 30 hours of post-cloture debate time prior to a vote on adoption of the substitute amendment. Upon disposition of the substitute, the Senate would then proceed to a cloture vote on the underlying bill. If cloture is invoked on the underlying bill, there would be up to 30 hours of post-cloture debate on prior to passage of the bill, as amended, if amended.