We've heard We've heard a lot about problems with the website to sign up for government-backed healthcare care. But another website problem is popping up in Florida. Numerous complaints have come in over the STATE'S new UNEMPLOYMENT website. Channel 4' Scott Johnson has been looking into why the site's not working. 3 3 00-05 20-25 1'11-1'16áááCOVER THIS SOT... I DON'T WANT TO SEE TALKING HEAD OFF THE TOP 5:00:13 - Job laid me off about six months ago... it was electrician company Mac Reynolds says he's been looking for a job for 6 months since being laid off and hasn't filed for unemployment yet...and frankly I didn't give him much incentive when I told him about all the reported problems at the state's new 63-million dollar website for unemployment claims.MAC REYNOLDS/LOOKING FOR JOB 5:00:25 - ha ha... for real? What? It's broken?... you playin' man.he was stunned that reports are coming in from around the state that the site is having problems. 5:00:44 - that's wrong man, that's bad.Because a lot of people have families to take care of and bills to pay. That's a bad thing man. this should sound quite familiar as the federal government goes through something similar with the affordable care act's website healthcare.gov having problems. So I sat down with Jay Owen who works for a local company design extensions to find out why these government site seem to be having problems.JAY OWEN/DESIGN EXTENSIONS 4:58:43 - if the code is written that poorly to begin with it's like starting all over.There are so many scenarios is there something that's a quick fix, or a glitch ... the white house keeps calling it a glitch on the healthcare side. I haven't heard as much about the state. Usually there's a glitch when it doesn't work. A major infrastructure problem on the server sides or how the code was constructed in first place. And I did receive a quote from the state's department of economic opportunity over this issue...they tell me.. "Our best estimate is that only a small overall percentage of claimants are experiencing technical problems.." AND.. "We want to reassure these claimants that they will not lose any benefits to which they are entitled." 3 Scott, what Scott, what has the department of economic opportunity done to try to help these people who are having problems on the website?