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At an unemployment compensation hearing last month, an outside lawyer retained by the House presented screen shots of Woodring’s Facebook posts about Miccarelli.
Meanwhile, initial claims for unemployment compensation fell to 215,000, the lowest level since 1973, the Labor Department said Thursday.
The arrest followed an investigation into a complaint by the state Department of Labor, which administers the unemployment compensation program.
Initial claims are first-time applications for unemployment compensation benefits from those who have lost their jobs.
Sherman’s testimony came in a hearing in which former Chief Financial Officer Jason Tomlinson appealed the foundation’s refusal to pay unemployment compensation after he was fired in July.
By contrast, large programs, such as unemployment compensation or food stamps, officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, could trigger bigger political fights.
Immigrants working in Ohio illegally are not permitted to receive unemployment compensation, food stamps or Medicaid, except in emergency situations.
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