HB143: Unemployment compensation; leaving employment to follow military spouse.


VIRGINIA ACTS OF ASSEMBLY -- CHAPTER
An Act to repeal the fourth enactment of Chapter 442 of the 2014 Acts of Assembly, relating to unemployment compensation; voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse.
[H 143]
Approved

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the fourth enactment of Chapter 442 of the 2014 Acts of Assembly is repealed.

2. That the provisions of this act enhance the benefits payable to an individual pursuant to Title 60.2 of the Code of Virginia. Pursuant to § 30-19.03:1.2 of the Code of Virginia, the Virginia Employment Commission, in consultation with the Department of Planning and Budget, estimates that over the ensuing eight years (i) the provisions of this act are projected to reduce the solvency level of the Unemployment Trust Fund by an average of 0.1 percent in each of the eight years and (ii) the projected average annual increase in state unemployment tax liability of employers on a per-employee basis that would result from the provisions of this act is $0.

HOUSE BILL NO. 143

Offered January 8, 2020
Prefiled December 18, 2019
A BILL to repeal the fourth enactment of Chapter 442 of the 2014 Acts of Assembly, relating to unemployment compensation; voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse.
Patron-- Ware

Committee Referral Pending

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the fourth enactment of Chapter 442 of the 2014 Acts of Assembly is repealed.

2. That the provisions of this act enhance the benefits payable to an individual pursuant to Title 60.2 of the Code of Virginia. Pursuant to § 30-19.03:1.2 of the Code of Virginia, the Virginia Employment Commission, in consultation with the Department of Planning and Budget, estimates that over the ensuing eight years (i) the provisions of this act are projected to reduce the solvency level of the Unemployment Trust Fund by an average of 0.1 percent in each of the eight years and (ii) the projected average annual increase in state unemployment tax liability of employers on a per-employee basis that would result from the provisions of this act is $0.