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    The Economic Security and Worker Assistance Act of 2002
    H.R. 622
    Bill # H.R.622

    Original Sponsor:
    Jim DeMint (R-SC 4th)

    Cosponsor Total: 53
    (last sponsor added 05/14/2001)
      26 Republicans
      26 Democrats
      1 Independents
    About This Legislation:
    2/6/2002--Passed Senate, amended. (There are 3 other summaries)
    Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation Act of 2002 - Allows States to opt to enter into agreements for a program of temporary extended unemployment compensation (TEUC), which extends UC for up to an additional 13 weeks for individuals who have exhausted their 26 weeks of regular UC coverage.
    Sets forth TEUC program requirements for Federal-State agreements, coordination with other UC benefits, formulae for determining amounts in individual TEUC accounts and weekly benefits, payments to States, and financing.
    Requires the State agencies that opt to make TEUC agreements to make TEUC payments to individuals who: (1) either first exhausted all rights to regular compensation under the State law on or after the first day of the week that includes September 11, 2001, or have their 26th week of regular compensation under the State law end on or after the first day of such week; and (2) do not have any rights to regular compensation under the State law of any other State, and are not receiving compensation under the unemployment compensation law of any other country.
    Applies TEUC agreements with States to weeks of unemployment: (1) beginning on or after the first day of the first week after the date on which such agreement is entered into; and (2) ending before January 6, 2003.
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