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What does SUI stand for?

SUI stands for State Unemployment Insurance (tax)

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Our second article in this issue examines changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2011.
Byline: ANI Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has announced that he will decline stimulus money specifically targeted at expanding state unemployment insurance coverage, becoming the first state executive to officially refuse any part of the federal government's payout to states.
New claims for state unemployment insurance benefits in the US also increased to a seasonally adjusted 588,000 last week from a revised 585,000 the previous week, the labour department said.
The first state pension was created in 1908, the state health insurance was created in 1911, which was intended to run alongside private health insurance, and also in 1911 state unemployment insurance was created, which was intended not to damage the friendly societies.
Initial claims for state unemployment insurance aid fell for the second straight week, slipping to 348,000 in the week ended February 9, down from a slightly upwardly revised 357,000 for the prior week, the Labour Department said.
Unemployment Insurance States have adopted the following uniform order of priority in determining when an individual engaged in interstate employment is "employed" for purposes of remitting state unemployment insurance payments.