LANSING, Mich. -- Moments before Governor Snyder signed the state budget Wednesday afternoon, the FOX 17 Problem Solvers asked him about problems with the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) and if he would consider freezing penalty and interest collections until the problems are sorted out.
The Problem Solvers have received hundreds of calls, emails, and Facebook messages from people who say they've been wrongly accused of fraud, fined thousands of dollars, haven't had due process and aren't getting any answers from the state on their own.
Watch the video for the governor's response, as well as Stephanie Comai. She's the director of the Talent Investment Agency which oversees the UIA.
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