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    Dale Smith, the deputy executive director of the Mississippi Department of Unemployment Security, answers questions about ReEmployMe software during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday in the State House in Augusta. Smith said that when Mississippi first implemented its system, known as AccessMS, problems persisted for about six months.

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    Co-chair Sen. Amy Volk, R-Scarborough, during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday in the State House in Augusta. Members of the committee expressed criticism of the new unemployment claims filing system that the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation initiated in December 2017.

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    Dale Smith, the deputy executive director of the Mississippi Department of Unemployment Security, answers questions about ReEmployMe software during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday in the State House in Augusta. Smith said that when Mississippi first implemented its system, known as AccessMS, problems persisted for about six months.

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    Dale Smith, the deputy executive director of the Mississippi Department of Unemployment Security, answers questions about ReEmployMe software during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday at the State House in Augusta. Smith said that when Mississippi first implemented its system, known as AccessMS, problems persisted for about six months.

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    Co-chair Rep. Ryan Fecteau, D-Biddeford, questions Dale Smith, the deputy executive director of the Mississippi Department of Unemployment Security, during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday in the State House in Augusta. Fecteau said damage had been done to a lot of folks when they didn't receive an unemployment check because they were having problems filing in the new system.

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    Dale Smith, the deputy executive director of the Mississippi Department of Unemployment Security, gestures with a smart phone while talking about using ReEmployMe software to file for benefits during a Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development committee work session on Thursday in the State House in Augusta. Smith said that when Mississippi first implemented its system, known as AccessMS, problems persisted for about six months.

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