BY THE NUMBERS
The proposal would raise about $370 million a year from 2019 to 2030 by:
■ Raising the taxable wage base paid by employers to $11,000 per employee, up from $9,500;
■ Charging employees a new co-insurance payment of 10 percent of the amount paid by his employer;
■ Freezing the amount of weekly benefits for 10 years; ■ Reducing the maximum number of weeks benefits can be received to 24, down from 26; and
■ Limiting additional payments for dependents under certain circumstances.