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    Faith Young, 62, sits in her apartment in Fairfield as she tries to navigate the state's unemployment filing system on Feb. 9. Young is one of many who have experienced difficulties getting their benefits. "It's a horrible system, horrid," Young said. "They need to go back to paper filing. That was no problem whatsoever. The whole system has sucked since it started."

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    This box at the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation is what that two former employees said was filled with some 300 complaints from people trying to file unemployment insurance claims. The former employees said the box and its contents were taken to the office of John Feeney, the director of the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, and not seen again.

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    Faith Young, 62, sits in her apartment in Fairfield as she tries to navigate the state's unemployment filing system on Feb. 9. Young is one of many who have experienced difficulties getting their benefits. "It's a horrible system, horrid," Young said. "They need to go back to paper filing. That was no problem whatsoever. The whole system has sucked since it started."

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    Faith Young, 62, sits in her apartment in Fairfield as she tries to navigate the state's unemployment filing system on Feb. 9. Young is one of many who have experienced difficulties getting their benefits. "It's a horrible system, horrid," Young said. "They need to go back to paper filing. That was no problem whatsoever. The whole system has sucked since it started."

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    Gallery: Unemployment filing system - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Faith Young, 62, sits in her apartment in Fairfield as she tries to navigate the state's unemployment filing system on Feb. 9. Young is one of many who have experienced difficulties getting their benefits. "It's a horrible system, horrid," Young said. "They need to go back to paper filing. That was no problem whatsoever. The whole system has sucked since it started."

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    Gallery: Unemployment filing system - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Faith Young, 62, sits in her apartment in Fairfield as she tries to navigate the state's unemployment filing system on Feb. 9. Young is one of many who have experienced difficulties getting their benefits. "It's a horrible system, horrid," Young said. "They need to go back to paper filing. That was no problem whatsoever. The whole system has sucked since it started."

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