If the tax imposed by title IX of the federal social security act (Public No. 271,
seventy-fourth congress, approved August 14, 1935) 1, or by any amendments thereto, or any other federal tax against which contributions
under this act may be credited has been repealed by congress or has been held unconstitutional
by the United States supreme court, the payment of contributions and benefits under
this act shall cease, and any unobligated funds in the state employment security fund
and in the United States unemployment trust fund returned by the treasurer of the
United States because title IX 1 of the social security act is inoperative, shall be refunded to contributors in proportion
to their contributions.
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