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Economists: No federal loans for jobless benefits, but system switch troubles forecast

There will be no federal loans to help pay state unemployment benefits for the foreseeable future -- and therefore no interest assessments on businesses -- state economists said Monday.

Florida’s tumbling unemployment rate, which hit 6.7 percent for October, means no federal loans will be needed unless there is an unexpected recession that boosts jobless figures.

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