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OPLC Attorney Michael Smalz’ testimony on HB 483

House Finance & Appropriations Committee testimony on the Mid-Biennium Review: HB 483, regarding the proposed mandatory electronic filing of unemployment compensation applications and claims.

Testimony and attachment here.

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