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Hawaii unemployment insurance taxes to drop

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HONOLULU — Hawaii employers won't have to pay as much in unemployment insurance taxes next year. The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations said Thursday that unemployment insurance taxes will be cut by an average of 35 percent next year. The news comes as the state's unemployment rate sits at a five year-low of 4.4 percent. The department says employers will pay $130 million less...

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