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January 15, 2014 7:47 PM

Florida blames its troubled unemployment website entirely on vendor; feds heading here to help

Three months after its debut, Florida’s $63 million unemployment benefits website is showing signs of improvement but falls far short of adequately serving claimants who depend on it, state officials testified Wednesday before a Senate panel.

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