Reinstated Unemployment Benefits

Reinstated Unemployment Benefits

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Robin Lewis started this petition to Governor Brian Kemp and

As a fellow Georgian the pandemic affected me and many othwr Georgians my job was closed permanently shutting down because the pandemic forced us to. I depended on my benefits every week because I'm the one taking care of my family and living on 449 a week doesn't even put a dent on bills or buying groceries or getting the things my kids need for school etc. It takes a toll on all of us. The Governor cancelled our benefits saying theres many jobs all across GA sure but why would we take a pay cut and make less than we were making when we were originally employed? We shouldn't and what the GADOL fails to realize we cant look for jobs or get in contact with them because the offices are closed and they made it to where we cant even call the offices and get information about whats going on not getting the help or resources we deserve instead they stopped payments not realizing we have kids we take care of or we have disabilities and simply just cant work how do the leaders of our state expect us to catch up on rent and other bills when our benefits are taken away from what i have seen the pandemic hasn't been declared over i still see people getting sick not only in our state and our country but all over the world. Im asking for the reinstatement of our benefits so we can live and take care of our kids and our other obligations to catch up instead of constantly worrying about losing my car or my house and when that happens the governor of ga will be held completely responsible for his negligence and the pain hes not only caused me but the many other Georgians out there needing this help. Im petitioning for the reinstatement of our benefits or the resignation of Brian Kemp and Mark Butler its time we stand up and show them we put them in office and we can get them out. 

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